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Oh ! that is so ..... short sighted wink.gif Dwarf is the acceptable nomenclature.

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I need to work on being more politically correct online. blushsmiley.gif
     
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I was about to become the next "V" owner, but my needs have dictated that I head in the direction of the "D" case. I think the review is more than fair. But I will also say that I'm very excited to get started on my dream build which will include a TX10 case. I've already swallowed the bitter pill of the entire budget for the build and it's not cheap. But then again, you get what you pay for.
    
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I hate to belabor this review, but I'll like to add this. If you've read previous submissions you should notice one thing that everyone here agrees on. It is the fact that Caselabs cases are good, really good. However, to state, one way or the other, that Caselabs cases are so perfect that nothing whatsoever could be said to be imperfect with either the cases or with Caselabs as a company is a reverse way of saying no form of improvement could be done either on the cases or on Caselabs as a company. This is not only false, it is also not helpful to Caselabs at all. Every product and every company can be improved. 

 

If everyone here were given a project to find out ways in which Caselabs cases or Caselabs as a company could be improved, I'm sure most of us - if not all - would have one or more suggestions to make. Methinks, alongside commending Caselabs for the good work they have been doing, fans of Caselabs cases should have no qualms criticizing either the cases or the company with a view to pointing out areas of possible improvement. This, of course, should be genuine. If you haven't identified any areas of improvement, then you should not criticize just for criticism sake. If, on the other hand, you've thought of areas of improvement, by all means make if known. Everybody may disagree with you and, indeed, you may be wrong; it is still okay. At least you said what you honestly felt. It also might just be that you are very right; It might just be that you'll be the one to bring about an improvement either on the cases or on Caselabs that most people would appreciate.

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I certainly agree. Constructive, polite criticism is always a good thing to help anyone improve.
     
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