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  • Pla77 - Sold me on the KinectI purchased the Kinect as a gift but they turned it down due to a lack of space. So, I didn't really want it either as it seemed like a fun gimmick (that was the idea of the gift just a fun gimmick). I tried the Adventure Sports game and thought it was fun but not really targeted to my age. So I picked this up on sale because I was on an exercise kick.

    Very fun warm up games like wallbreaker are included and the yoga workout routines is worth the price alone.
    I never tried yoga before and quite enjoyed it, plus I'm a little glad I got an intro to the practice on my own in order to prime my balance rather than falling all over myself in public.

    As I tried to get better scores frustration with the accuracy of the sensor slowly started creeping in, sometimes you can choose to do the movement correctly OR you can get points especially if you are pushing your flexibility out.
    The content is great but the difficulty of the routines quickly got trivial.
  • - The Best Book for Ulcerative ColitisMy twelve year old son was diagnosed 4 months ago with Ulcerative Colitis. His doctor put him on standard medicine and told us that diet had nothing to do with this disease. My gut instinct was that diet had everything to do with it. I began searching the internet and found a website that discussed this book. I immediately purchased it, and the rest is history. Even though I was told by other IBD parents that my son would not stick to the diet, I tried it anyway. We saw results after a few days. My son had more energy, had a little color in his face, and bowel movements started to become more normal and less frequent. His doctor did not approve of his being on a restrictive diet. Needless to say, we now have a new doctor, who has read this book and promotes this diet with all of his IBD patients. My son is gaining weight again, happy, and much healthier, and we owe it all to Elaine Gottschall.
    It's a much better alternative than losing body parts. We are forever grateful to you Elaine. I recommend this book to EVERYONE I know who has UC, Crohns, or even Irritable Bowel.
  • J. Mandry - RIP-IT Prototype 2 BBCORAfter several weeks of research for a BBCOR bat we finally settled for the Rip-it. We liked the grip and it being a one piece bat. It seems to have a generous sweet spot. This bat had great reviews and it did not disappoint me. Only got to use it for the final 3 games of the Fall season and we're looking forward to the Spring season. This bat is also made in USA and of very high quality.
  • Shandylinn DeVita - So far so good...I did not buy this my mother bought it and gave it to me. I have been taking it for three weeks and I have lost an inch on my hips and 9 lbs. now I was already watching my calorie intake and trying to exercise but with my work schedule it makes it difficult. I work an average of 50 hours a week and a lot of standing and walking, so when I get home I am tired. This product has curbed my appetite so much as I have to force myself to eat. I try to take in a minimum of 1500 to 1900 calories depending on the day.
    My mom lost 2 inches off the hips, and she is not craving sweets like she used to.
  • W. Stinson "alpine trekker" - Smooth Upgrade - just follow the two tipsI have been using Quicken for many years. It is an amazing program and quite a bargain considering it's power and sophistication. I currently have 10 years of data in it, including multiple mortgages, bank accounts, brokerage accounts, etc. In other words, I work the package pretty hard and have a very large database. I recently upgraded from 2012 to 2013 Premier. In contrast to other reviews, the upgrade went smoothly. In fact, it took about 5 minutes. After I upgraded, I went through my normal weekly routine and everything worked perfectly. I haven't noticed huge changes, but I much prefer the way that mortgages are handled and there seem to be some other nice tweaks. As I read through some of the angry reviews about this package, the contrast with my experience was striking and I asked myself why this package doesn't seem to get the respect I think it deserves? Looking back, I realized that I, too, have had some very nasty upgrade experiences. Why not this time? I think the answer is two fold. First,I upgrade in late February or early March - long enough for Intuit to find and fix any major bugs in the software. While it would be nice to get the new version the day it comes out, I really don't feel the sense of urgency, since the prior version is still working just fine. Things have gone much more smoothly since I adopted this policy. Second, I now upgrade every year. Upgrades are tricky due to the complexities of the data tables and the danger seems to grow exponentially the older the version you are trying to import. Like some of the reviewers I read, I used to try to save money by keeping a version for several years, or until a new feature came out that I couldn't live without. However, these generation skipping upgrades never went perfectly. That changed about 4 years ago when I decided to stop penny pinching in the hope of a better experience. It worked. So, as a veteran user who loves the package but has also suffered through hours of frustration, these are my two admonitions: upgrade in February or later and upgrade every year. I've now come to enjoy the annual refinements, rather than dread the upgrade process.