No, I'm sorry if I sounded harsh. I wasn't trying to beat up on you. I guess that I'm like a lot of folks, that when trying to sift through information on the internet, there are some things that encourage me to click on a link, and other things that make me ignore links. When I saw what you wrote, I just skipped to the next message without even clicking on them. I'm more likely to click on something if someone writes more in the affirmative, or if they describe something more fully. If you had said something like:
"Hey gang, I think I may have found another online vendor with some DVR-115Ds. However, you should note that there appears to be a slight typo in their descripion, where one of the lines says DVR-112D (even though the title and everything else screams 115D). I suggest that before ordering, you call to check and make sure that what they're actually selling are 115s."
"And here's another vendor that has some DVR-115Ds for only $18.88 (before shipping). While this looks legit, you know that there have been vendors recently who have substituted 116s for 115s, so call them and make darn sure they actually have 115s. This is a good deal if it's real."
...we would have been all over it.
Instead, you were a bit terse and skeptical, and just assumed that we would click the links to find out more, when in fact, we didn't. Anyway, this just turned out to be a good lesson in how to communicate. :flower: