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Yep. It suprised the heck out of me too. I thought, at first, when I started this little venture, that I ws going to find a CHEAP way of creating the best screen possible. Well, I mangaed to get the best screen possible, but the 'cheap' part is definitely relative. The paint is the best, and the costs involved are directly reflected in the pricing. Like I said, the most complex mixture that ever came out of a place that has formulated 4000 different paints, and proper suspention of complexly pigmented stuctures is DEFINITELY an art unto it's own. I certianly helped develop the final product, but as to it's proper design and creation, well, I had to bow to the true experts there, that's for sure.(and the guy who did it is definitely head and shoulders above the rest)
That's the way it always goes. You start off on that chain of thought..."seems simple enough", you say, and then....you start to see where it all goes, and before you know it, you are eyeball deep in a complexity that was not there when you took your little 'surface' look at the situation. Sort like a relationship.
There are some great puns here! As in: 'There is alot more going on there than meets the eye!... etc.,
So, my advice to Noah remains the same: Keep going, and you will finally get there... after quite a bit of thought, if you are determined enough. You only need to go far enough to satisfy yourself, but there is definitely room to pursure things in this area until you have spent a couple of years worth of energy on it. Even then, greater understanding of the situation still rolls in, bit by bit....I am sure that the guys developing screens aren't foolish enough to think that they know it all, even if they do have 15-20 years in the business. They just have to seem that way to you, otherwise, how do you buy with confidence?
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