I haven't said it yet in the forums, so before I forget: Happy New Year!
And now onto the exchanges in the last couple pages...
When one member accuses another of ad hominem attacks, it's a clear warning that the site's Guidelines for productive online discussion
are not being followed. As for guidelines on posting limitations for vendors (or those who they hire), please see Vendor participation in the forums
. Rather than try to tease out who's "right" and who's "wrong" on a snowy, cold January morning, I'm simply going to close this thread for review.
I haven't followed this thread closely. But since this thread dates back to 2016 and is nearing 40 pages, I believe it's worth considering separate, more focused discussions rather than a single "collector" thread. On that note, Guidelines on mega threads
and How do I ask a good question?
offer recommendations on promoting more search-friendly and goal-oriented discussions.
Contributors to this thread, please take a look at the above guidelines. Thanks, and again, please accept my best wishes for a happy and healthy 2018.