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Our experience with this product was less than stellar. We ordered the product on June 7, 2014 for $149. After some in-home trialing for my son, it was clear that he was not going to use it for two reasons: his knee hit the plastic holder for the knee pad and it was very uncomfortable, and compared to simply grabbing his normal crutches, the straps take way longer to set and adjust to be worth it. I see others have commented similarly here as well. We then requested to return it on June 18, 2014, and I'll simply let you know how that went. You can then weigh whether it's worth the product and customer service challenges you may encounter before ordering.
Way to many problems with this program. It is always shutting off and only occasionally burns movies. Way more of a headache than it is worth. Spend your hard earned movie on a more reliable program.
This is an excellent electronic version of the bible. It makes daily reading much more convenient. Functionality is good, however there are so many footnotes that turning the page can be difficult as you may accidentally direct to another area.
Microsoft early on recognized the need to promote and support an independent developer base for Windows application development. I'm sorry to see that in recent years, development tools have been unbundled and priced (for its premium tools) for the corporate market. I personally would have liked to have had some of the development features reserved for the ultimate edition of Visual Studio, but I was priced out of that market. I was fortunate to find this reseller who could offer a supported Professional edition at a reasonable price. Visual Studio has no match that I have found as an IDE, and I miss the premium developer editions and the broad range of tools offered by the standard MSDN subscription.