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On 30 Apr 2002 at 8:39, dickbo wrote: > Iave you ever considered that the number of people not satisfied with their > scanners is vastly less that those who are. Sure. But to be satisfied with my scanner does not mean that I'm uninterested in other models. > I would suggest that noone in their right mind purchase a product in order > to find out what it's faults are and indeed if they cannot observe them > without going to the trouble of inventing a test programme then it would be > fair to claim they have no faults. Goodness, dickbo, what are you going on about? If you are entirely satisfied with your "equipment," and are unconcerned with comparable products in the same genre, then by all means take your enjoyment elsewhere. But then, I might ask, why are you here? Others might be curious to know the differences (if any) between the various models of scanners. And surely, those who have not yet made a purchase, but are looking for a point of comparison, might benefit from the results of the proposed exercise. So far, all I've gotten is lame excuses as to why not to do the comparison. Armchair quarterbacks have offered advice on suitable image targets. But not one volunteer yet. Seems to me folks would rather argue & speculate than deal with facts. rafe b. - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.