Stu, unfortunately, that is common with magazines that review products. In the 1970's, I owned a Sears Roebuck franchise store. One of my best selling appliances was a $99.00 clothes dryer. I also subscribed to Consumers Report and depended on it for many of my buying decisions. Then, one issue, they did a 'comparison' of clothes dryers. All but the $99.00 Sears model were in the $150.00 to $200.00 price range. My affordable model was essentially the same as higher priced Sears (Lady Kenmore) models but without all the bells and whistles. CR panned the Sears and gave it lousy rating. My sales dropped considerably and I was [expletive deleted] with them. Had they reviewed only dryers in the $100.00 range, I'm sure the Sears would have shined. Oh, well. That's why I love forums like this and the ability to read product specs on many-many comparable items on the Internet. Oh, BTW, CR lost a loyal subscriber.
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