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I went from Windows Live Mesh to Skydrive to Onedrive. Live Mesh was peer to peer and you could do it on any drive, but had issues if you didn’t have both PC’s on at the same time. Back in the olden days it was nice to keep my work laptop, home PC, and office workstation synced so I could use any of them.
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While I loved my Momentum 3’s, I returned them because the auto-pause feature activated when I turned my head. They probably long since fixed this, but it was massively annoying even though I loved the audio in both the M2’s and M3’s. Also, the bluetooth device selection was crap, Sennheiser always screws up software. Would be interested if it was easy to switch devices back and forth (computer to phone), and if those auto-pause features were fixed or deprecated.
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I read your link, it says the cheap trims are going to commercial fleet buyers. It’s not like people walking into a showroom can buy a $41k Lightning. For Ford this may make sense, delivering a single order for 200 Lightnings at $41k is more profitable than taking 200 orders for $41k, and there’s probably volume commitments over time. As a Ford shareholder, I would be pissed if they were prioritizing low over high margin sales.
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It’s just not possible to buy a Lightning at $41k, you can’t get one for under $70k. It’s the same issue – why would Ford sell versions at 41k when they can sell all they can build at close to $100k?
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I always preferred the sound of the Sennheiser M2/M3’s over Sony and Airpod Max, but the software was terrible. It would pause music every time I turned my head and constantly disconnect bluetooth. I do welcome a new form factor though – the M3’s were almost too wide for my bag (slightly bigger than the M2’s). It’s saying something that my Airpod Max fit in my bag better.