Originally Posted by ewe
so you like the engineering but dont like the price? what do you think you are paying for? there is a reason the saying "you get what you pay for" applies here.
at work we have a saying I think is relevant in this case. There are three options
cheap, accurate and fast. in any situation you get to pick two but the third option will not be true. ie you can have cheap and fast but it wont be accurate, etc.
I don't have a problem with the price. I know you get what you pay for. I'm just saying if they had a simpler version I would buy it since I don't have $1300, but if I did I would be all over this.