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  • SorchaCB - Are you kidding me?

    I have to be online to play all by myself?! So the play in the passenger's seat during long car rides is out. The play on vacation is out. The play anywhere I can't crab free wifi is out. I can only play this in my house, essentially. Has EA not noticed these things called laptops? Sometimes notebooks or ultrabooks. They're quite handy, and play ALL my other games wherever I go. I won't even talk about the lousy server situation. I don't care if their servers are perfect--I want to be able to play a single-player game anywhere. That's why I buy single-player games.

  • Steven J Laudon - Great value and performance

    Quick and easy to remove old antenna from my 2011 Mini Countryman and install this new one. Works perfectly with no reduction in performance. I'd buy it again in a heartbeat.

  • S. Price - If you are truly serious

    If you have one of the health problems like Autism or Fibromyalgia and are very very serious about getting rid of it then this book is for you. I don't so I found all the in depth doctor stuff the first several chapters to be difficult to get through. I think if you have yeast over growth or other gut/intestinal problems and you need to start your gut over this is a great idea.

  • Marcia Kaye Tamez - Great product

    This machine is so quiet. Also, I am still using it on the low setting but I can feel the difference already. I have had no prolems with leaking but I have only had mine a couple of weeks. It is so much better than the other brands I have had in the past and finally thrown out with the trash. Including a WaterPik which is suppose to be the best. I don't feel that you can go wrong with this purchase.

  • Amazon Customer - Tough to set up. Good for techies, bad for luddites.

    Everything about this system is compact. What you need is an advanced-enough smartphone with a 3.5mm headphone jack, Bluetooth and a way to connect to the internet.

  • Jacqueline Loosbrock - Not sure what the big deal about this is?

    I was not sure what the big deal about this product was. Someone I work with told me about it so I decided to give it a try.