Originally Posted by Ghpr13
The trouble with ignoring people like him is that others may start to think he's correct because there's never any rebuttal from the person who's post was quoted out of context. Opinions are one thing, but to use other people's words out of context and "spin" them to personally attack that person is wrong. I might not 100% agree with Lee at times, and we have had some small debates, but Lee has never taken my words out of context and then try to make me out an idiot or "inconsistent" in my postings.
LOL..I love it
Clearly..you are comfortable with two facts
1. You are comfortable with extended commentary on items you have no experience with
2. You are comfortable using incorrect transaction pricing to try to prove your point
That speaks..IMO..to credibility
You really should look at websites like slickdeals..or one of the many others
and see what people ACTUALLY PAY for these items
It might prove more useful when you are trying to use price to make a point
FYI....MSRP can mean nothing in regard to what the product actually sells for in flat panel TV's..or audio for that matter as well
You also might actually try an item before you comment on the differences it makes or doesn't
You and Joe can sit around and speculate all day about items you have no experience with and talk about incorrect price points...
You do realize you bring no accuracy to the table?
that would be my definition of dense
Having a different opinion of an item you have experience with is a matter of differencing tastes
But when you have no personal experience with the product....its frankly a worthless opinion...