For those who shop online quite a bit, there is a whole subculture of Brooklyn Photo stores that operate out of places that are little more than a storeage unit and they move around quite often and then disappear. Any time you see an awesome price, have a look at their location and see what is there before you click through. There is a website that has photos of the storefronts for all your Manhattan and Brooklyn electronic stores that is very revealing. BHPhotoVideo.com has an awesome store in Manhattan and JR.com has a good store as well.What does that mean? I lived in Brooklyn and now in Queens.. Why because they are a small store?
Maybe it's just me but I'm not sure you want to buy from ValuePlasma.com. Here's their location in Brooklyn, NY:
Buy authorized. For the little bit extra you spend you know you're getting a new unit with full manufacturer's warranty.
I only buy authorized and have never had a problem.
Okay, LER, thanks for the feedback. I had some issues with my Dish 811 remote controlling my Toshiba HD set and if I was to take (be taken?) advantage of this deal, it good to know that at least one remote can control the other device.I've got my 622 remote controlling on/off and Volume on the AQUOS I have (see sig) without issue.
With anything I buy, I do the research. I am telling you straight forward, this is a total marketing scam if I haven't seen one before. Coming from someone who has money, this is total BS from Dish. They are probably getting a BIG kick back from Sharp. And whats the point about paying extra for a 1080p? Dish doesn't even run on that! Its a big waste of money! Dish can barely run on 1080i!