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This review is from: EliteSCREENS M92UWH Manual Series: Home Cinema Manual Pull Down Projector Screen
Pros: Price, easy installation, nice HD picture reproduction and viewing angles (despite my problems below)
Cons: Ripples and 'memory lines' across screen surface that did not go away after 4 weeks, had to RMA with manufacturer.
Other Thoughts: According to Elite Screens tech support (very nice, btw), the ripples & memory lines are usually caused by screen sitting rolled up in a warehouse for too long, and/or improperly stored.
Waited 4 weeks for ripples & lines to diminish, when they didn't, I sent Elite some pics, and they determined that the screen was in pretty bad shape and warranted replacement.
I opted to RMA with Elite rather than NewEgg, figured hopefully less chance of a repeat problem if the replacement is a bit more 'fresh' from the manufacturer. Still waiting for replacement.
FYI, if you do have to get RMA service from Elite, they only ask you to send a 24" square of the screen, plus the end caps...beats the hassle (and cost) of sending back the entire thing.
Pros: Buck for buck after MIR, this drive is a steal. After using it a few times, I am pretty impressed with it. So far I've burned 3 BD's at 6x (Phillips badged CMCMAG-BA5-000), absolutely no issues. Played several retail BD movies just fine. Truly PnP.
Sleek aluminum chassis, and as some others have posted, this is a Rosewill branded version of the MATSHITA BD-MLT UJ260 drive.
Not using the CyberLink s/w (never been a fan of it), but other than that, I'm happy with my purchase. Hope it lasts!
Cons: None to date.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Excellent 2.5/3.5 USB3.0 drop-in bay for the price (paid $20 on sale). No issues whatsoever, working fine with my 2, 3 and 4tb drives (specs mention 3tb max, but working fine with Seagate 4tb). Solid build.
Cons: USB3.0 cable a bit on the short side, but not the end of the world.READ FULL REVIEW