Although I have not yet used it to burn most personal bills and other documents that are more than 6 years old, I feel it is well worth the price paid. In looking at other similar products out there, many carry a higher to much higher price tag with doubtful better results. I am hopeful that the holes in the side of the can provide enough air to allow a full burn of whatever documents are placed in it.
My doctor recommended this type of fish oil over & above all others. She recommended 3 per day. The price has gone up slightly on Amazon over the past 6 months when I first ordered it. However, Amazon's price is still the best I am able to find given the strength of the ingredients and the quantity offered. There are others out there but the strength of their ingredients do not meet what my doctor said was the best.
Dazzle worked OK initially, but then the recording began to slow down so the end product was poor. Contacted customer support who advised, among other things, to have no other programs running at the same time Dazzle runs. They also advised to download latest drivers for the video capture unit. Downloaded latest drivers and Dazzle appeared to run okay.
I also previously have used Honestech's VHS to DVD 3.0. I had a problem with it of jiggly video and crackled audio. But that has since cleared up after I downloaded updated drivers for the video capture box.
From my perspective, the VHS to DVD product is superior to Dazzle. I use the products to take a VHS recording of 4 to 6 hours for DVD capture and later put the captured files onto DVD. The problem with Dazzle is it will only allow about 2 hours per DVD if you use the recording direct to dvd feature. If you use the capture to conputer file feature and later want to convert those files to DVD, it will allow slightly over 3 hours per dvd. Also the video files Dazzle creates are large (5+GB range). VHS to DVD provides some flexibility in file sizes by offering 4 quality settings and 3 file sizes, the smallest of which is 3.8GB. Choosing "average" quality produces 3.8GB files running about 125min each. Choosing the "best" quality will result in around 50 to 60 minutes of recording for a 3.8 GB file. I don't use the dvd burning capability of either product. Instead I use ConvertXtoDVD as it produces a DVD from any number and size of video files.
Club Vegas Casino 10,000Bought this product for my wife through Amazon. The purchase and delivery were fine. The product is poor, so don't waste your money. Fortunately, I paid only 50 cents for it and another $4 +/- for shipping. The slots don't spin like normal (slow motion and the program is slow). I have a relatively new (less than 1 yr old) Dell 1501 laptop with more than enough power to run this program, yet it is slow and sloppy.