> That's "Shecter", not "Schecter" and the site is up, isn't it. I was
> looking throught there just a couple of minutes ago.
> Maybe they have you on a "no access" filter? Evil....
> I'm no apologist. I just know that screaming at them or threatening them
> like many r.m.r folks do will not get them to change their minds. Perhaps a
> suitcase full of cash will.
A suitcase full of purchase orders. Maybe. I don't think that any
amount of orders would it take for them to reintroduce the A8-0, A8-5,
> Are they a "dot com" company now? 8-)
Not in any way. It's an information site. You can't order from it. You
can't, as far as I can tell, ask questions or give feedback or find out
more than you would from the stuff they mail out to retailers or
And it won't ever change unless Centuri changes its business model from
"ship large numbers of boxes to retailers via distributors."
> So, when's the Quest site go up?
Quest . . . oye. Maybe it's the person I talked to, but they appear
totally out of it. Their customer service person had no idea why I would
want to order parts, or any notion that Quest ever sold parts.
Stefan Jones, Certification, Interactive Television Division
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