On 13/03/02 17:45, "David Golden" <ikondave_at_charter.net> wrote:
> After selling my backup MP2100, I decided that I had made a dreadful
> mistake, so I bought a new MP 2100 on ebay from MacEasy. It arrived today
> and it is a stunner. It looks like it just came out of the box. If this is a
> good representation of the quality of their MP's, I would have no hesitation
> about recommending them to other list members. Very quick, friendly service,
> too. I have no association with that company, etc, etc, I'm just a very
> happy customer.
Speaking of MacEasy, and more specifically about UPS Ground service, I must
make a retraction. I did order a new battery for my MP2100 yesterday from
their website. The only shipping option was 'UPS Ground', so I didn't have
Guess what? The package was delivered to me today!!! Overnight!!! I couldn't
believe it. So, it seems that UPS Ground is not too bad, after all...
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