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I'm a fairly high handicapper and these golf balls mitigate the amount of spin I put on the ball, the bad kind of sideways spin you get when you slice. I'm successfully working on changing my ball flight to a slight draw but still recommend these balls for the average golfer. Can still land on the green with a little backspin and hit it pretty far compared to other balls. I prefer the B330's over Titleist Pro-V1's. Excellent deal on Amazon for excellent balls.
Received the IHealth Monitor and use with my IPhone. The unit works great however I don't know how accurate the readings are compared to what the results from my doctor are. The graphs are neat and it keeps track of the date and time of your readings. I think it's a must have for anyone who has to monitor there blood pressure.
Subtract the huge margins, redundancies, errata, overly complicated explanations, oversimplifications, and all of the (inevitable) optimism and inflated language that manages to be both folksy and patronizing, and there are perhaps 20 or 30 pages of useful, correct, relevant information. The bulk of the book consists of half-page-per-question analyses, almost all of which do a remarkable job of taking up space and explaining absolutely nothing. Whenever a tricky or ambiguous question comes up, it gets glossed over. A typical "tool in the arsenal" for "conquering" verbal questions reads like this: "Choice E, 'belies,' means "to contradict," so it's the correct answer." A variation on the theme will go something like this: "An engineer would not have studied a (A) 'porous' (full of holes) or (C) "implausible" etching process, so the answer for the first blank can only be (B) 'innovative'"...and then a full stop, although nothing has been said at all, except that the author clearly does not know what "etching" is, or that it could very well have to do with being "full of holes." These are just the first two questions; it goes on like that. The math section is in the same style, only correspondingly more mystifying.
I have spent more time on hold (high call volume every time, why not hire more people?) than I have spent using the software. We had been using it for a general ledger and for payroll, but the payroll update prices are exorbitant. It is supposed to be geared toward small businesses, but I'm not making money if I'm on hold to customer service and the software is difficult to put to use. I would not buy this product again.
I received my order and one piece was missing however after contacting the distributor directly, they forwarded the missing piece in a separate order. I was happy with the outcome and the service.