Pat Mackinlay said
>As for the guy that said he'd be willing to pay $1200 for the system, I
>can't agree. In my mind, once you get over the US$800 mark, you'll be much
>better off with a fully "commercial" system. As Neil mentioned before: if
>all you want is a faster PC, by all means, go and buy one. I know it looks
>like I'm harping on the point, but the price and complexity of this system
>are the factors which will decide its fate.
Thats the point. I don't just want a faster PC, thats why I'm willing to wait
and pay more for something worth having.
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