Re: Is there a complete v1->v2->v3->v4->v5->v6 hardware version history?

Dan D'Eon

There was a lot of information packed into those two messages. I shall put my head down and do some more homework, and *not* pursue the (probable) clone any further. 

I realize it's all my choice, of course, but I have learned the value of a large community that have "been there before me."

Thank you Evan and Curt. Oh, and for *my* money, this thread may be marked closed.

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