Thread here is now more than 32 items long! I am still puzzled
as to WHY we are supposed to upgrade the 7000 when it seems to be working just fine as it is?! I have found in the past that upgrades sometimes are worse than the orginal configuration(s); so I have put off doing so until I get some definite reason that I should (MUST!) upgrade. I have been using my 7000 since November 2002, and have not had a single problem nor glitch (yet). So, until I receive a verbal bop on the head
and someone who is really expert at these things can convince me I HAVE to upgrade, I still will not do so. "If it ain't broke, don't fix it!"
(My two cents worth today; any further comments?)