Dizik wrote:They were actually quite responsive and timely with my last RMA. The guy that I talked to on the phone yesterday said that the chances of me getting another Vertex 2 are slim-to-none, and would be provided a different drive. My guess would be the Vertex 3.derFunkenstein wrote:They won't. You'll be lucky to get another Vertex 2 or a response. I can't believe anybody still pays OCZ any attention, as long as this has been going on.
Yeah...about that. See my above post.derFunkenstein wrote:Well here's hoping, adn here's hoping the Vertex 3 does better.
Dizik wrote:Yeah...about that. See my above post.derFunkenstein wrote:Well here's hoping, adn here's hoping the Vertex 3 does better.
lonleyppl wrote:Also, he had a keychain Intel guy. In orange! I might've been a little envious. My brother has 2 in yellow from when the Pentium II came out, but neither is keychain sized.
paulWTAMU wrote:Sorry Ned, your post made me think of shirts
Captain Ned wrote:This may appeal only to a tight slice of the older crowd here, but based on the box that hit my doorstep today the classic Land's End Hyde Park Oxford is back.
It's been a decade since I've been able to buy these shirts and I'm going to bend the card a bit to stock up against the next inevitable drought. Good thing they last 10 years or so.
Captain Ned wrote:...Land's End, but a whole lot of quality shirts. The ones I bought 20+ years ago would still be in the wardrobe if my gut wasn't in the way.
thegleek wrote:Why would you drop $50 on one dress shirt?
Captain Ned wrote:thegleek wrote:Why would you drop $50 on one dress shirt?
A: It's 100% cotton. This is non-negotiable.
B: Like I said, they last for decades.
C: I just plain like them and they look good on me. Believe me, that's difficult.
thegleek wrote:I'll have to order one for myself to "feel" the difference. I notice the color "blue" is sold out more so then the rest of the color choices (spring green, lilly pink, and white).
Captain Ned wrote:If you're looking for a dress shirt that drapes and molds itself to your contours don't bother, as the Hyde Park is preppy body armor. When you move up to the fat boy sizes, all 4 colors are available.
thegleek wrote:Captain Ned wrote:If you're looking for a dress shirt that drapes and molds itself to your contours don't bother, as the Hyde Park is preppy body armor. When you move up to the fat boy sizes, all 4 colors are available.
I imagine I fit in the XL size pool, 17 might be too tight in the neck, so I usually go with 17.5 for comfort. I'm not sure what the other number means (x 33, 34, or 35).
DancinJack wrote:The second number is the length of the sleeve. You don't buy dress shirts with those two measurements?