Husse wrote:@ Acid7711
Subjective in the sense you describe above - no, no!
I was thinking of that you give your opinion of how it works - in your view this is good or bad and you also tell why
I realize that most people see things differently than I, but I still would rather form my own opinions on something by dealing with my own experiences, not the experiences of others
You could go to any manufacturers website for anything and find a "review", but is it going to be a completely unbiased, helpful review? Probably not. Things will purposely be left out, and that's my point. It's hard to find a completely unbiased review of anything, and for that reason I try not to place a label on something of "I liked this or disliked that" until I physically try it myself and form my own opinions on the matter. I find most people will go read a review or something, and immediately take on the authors feelings. That's just being close-minded.
Like I said above, even though I enjoy reading them sometimes, I still would rather read reviews of something after
I've dealt with it so I can see how my own opinions match up against someone else's. It's the only way you'll find out what you think, and not just what someone else has lead you to think.
Maybe my viewpoint is hard to understand through reading......I dunknow.