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Have to start by saying my 4 year old LOVES this cereal as do I. Boxes are SMALL, only get about 2 1/2 servings for myself, but it lastes my kid longer obviously. Can't say anything bad about the cereal and that is 5 stars, but Amazon really needs to package orders better. I had a bunch of other items on my subscribe and save, including some balance bars and wanted to try some protein shakes (15 pack of cans). They boxed everything together and it weighed about 30 pounds, sure enough the cereal boxes were completely smashed inside. I used to get the cereal shipped separatly when I ordered it from Amazon, guess that has changed. Will not be ordering cereal from them again....Read more
for full price this belt probably isn't worth it, at discounted prices its a toss up. I like to golf and this belt was really bought for that, also really into sharks so I thought this Greg Norman belt would be perfect. Downsides are the quality is that of a cheaper belt, still leather but not the softest or best made belts. Other downside is the buckle is larger than I though so it really sticks out, not sure if this will be bothersome during my golf swing or not but probably too flashy to wear casual or to work.
Also this belt runs large, I would say you can safely order your pant size (normally you should order the size above your pant size, like a person sized 36 should order a 38, with this belt just order your exact size).
its a mid rise hat, my wife things it looks fine but I think the crown on the top is a little "off" but not by much. size 7 1/2 fitted hat size and this adjustable hat fits just fine the elastic doesn't feel tight, feels just right). Perfect golf hat, got the Black and like the pattern on it....Read more
Giving it 3 stars because the shirt is nice, but with no sizing chart of its own and relying on Amazon's was a mistake. I wear size medium to large depending on the brand (and even some brands I have to go between sizes). I am 5'10" 190 lbs and ordered the large, its HUGE, color was for a size 18 neck, and the mid section of the shirt could have supported a 240 pound person my height. Only good things were the length of the sleeves and shirt itself. Makes me reluctant to order a medium since its likley to have shorter sleeves and overall length along with the mid section and neck which were oversized. Maybe I just got a bad QC shirt that should have been marked XL......Read more
I ordered this Durant figure along with the Deron Williams figure from series 22 McFarlane NBA. How is it that Deron Williams is much larger than Durant? makes no sense. But its because McFarlane just uses old molds for some figures (like Williams) which are larger than their new molds (Durant) which were made to reduce costs, and there is a lot less plastic in this Durant figure, its shorter and much skinnier than the older figures and looks horrible next to them, he looks like a junior high player. Pretty sad considering all his figures have been to this smaller scale and he is one of the premiere players in the league. Rose had a similar issue with his last figure but his issue was the body was the new smaller scale while his head was based on his original figure which had a larger scale, not a good outcome.
McFarlane really needs to fix this scale issue across all their lines.
also any basketball players that have a long pole that supports them, it will break down over time and they will be tilted, has happened with all my McFarlane figures, wish they would get better supports and bases to fix this problem.
This game is amazing and full of customization. Play any year you like from 1871 to present, draft real players through history, have the league expand on its own or do it yourself. You can create 100% custom leagues or a mix of real life and fictional leagues. Customize logos, league structure, minor leagues, feeder leagues (college, high school), hire your staff, set ticket prices, set the league financials... Anything you could think of you can do (I am sure there are a few exceptions). best sports simulation I have played, just remember this isn't an arcade game like The Show or MLB 2K. Great interface and you can manage games or watch them ESPN gamecast style, but there are no in game 3D graphics, this isn't that type of game. To get full value you should visit the forums for this game, lots of ideas and tips for playing, also the mods section has an insane amount of things to download, including logos, jerseys, player 3D models (facgen). You can even create your own baseball cards, choose the end of the year award winners (and custom name those), the game tracks just about everything you can think of. Start a franchise in 1900 and play 110 years, see your league's history, world series winners and standings through the years, see who holds the records and streaks, let the game induct players into the HOF for you or you can do it all yourself. Best $40 I have ever spent....Read more
Sure, you can't hit "A" to swing the bat or throw the ball or feel like you control the players movements, but for those of us that are more interested in the depth of the great American game of baseball, look no where other than OOTP. I have played a few baseball sims in the past and this is by far the best and most customizable out there. You can even create your own baseball cards, and I mean CREATE them, how they look, what stats to put on them, where to put the player photo... Everything can be customized and there is a huge mod community to help you if you are a beginner, if you are experienced in mods (especially photoshop) this is a blast. Play as any organization you want from any era, career, single season, your own draft lists, historical players entering the draft! Change the league as you see fit, want a team from Japan to play in MLB for 2015, go for it. Do you want Babe Ruth to be an 18 year old rookie in 2000, you can make it happen. You can control as much or as little as you like.
Do you want to replay the late 90s early 2000s and take the juice out of baseball? no problem, reset history. Speaking of history, the game keeps an amazing amount of information for you, start a team in 1890 for instance, the game will track all your players even after retirement, it keeps track of league records, individual records, game records, award winners (1 of which is customizable). It creates baseball cards for you based on the templates already in game for events such as the all star game and saves the images in your game folder, cool to look at down the road, or if you like to customize your baseball card templates as lots of people do (and there are tons of real world templates to use, like the '89 upper deck card) you can import them and have your own look. I could write a 10 page review of this game with nothing but positive comments. Sure its not as user friendly as arcade style games but its not supposed to be, this game is meant for those who want to manage a team or league from players to scouting to financials, and play god as well (can edit anything you want, even pick who you think should be in the hall of fame, or if a player retires you can make him change his mind and come back with a simple click).
I have to say I have played this game 10X more than games I paid a lot more for. Its not for everyone but if you are the player who normally likes to do the dynasty mode in the console games and wish they had more depth and custom features, you have to try this, you can even get a free trial from their website, and they used to have really old versions for free (not sure if that is the case anymore).
Using this in a panasonic G5, it is slow, I used to use Class 6 cards on my old G1 and it would write as fast as I could take pictures. This "Class 10" can't keep up, after about 6-8 consecutive pictures it won't let me take anymore and I can hear the camera still writing the pics to the card. After taking video the same thing, it will take a few seconds before I can take another photo.
Card has worked, no errors but I don't think the one I got is up to the Class 10 standards (if there are any). Just expected more out of it.
-very easy to set up, worked instantly
-didn't interfere with my TV signal at all using the box for splitting, not the included additional splitter
-Streams SD great, my wifi N wasn't even able to stream standard definition 40 feet away (and one level down...)
-I read that electric switches weren't really able to stream HD and Coax ethernet was the answer, sadly that is not true. It does stream faster than my wireless N if its in the same room but not fast enough for Blu Ray Rips with HD audio. When you have a nice setup you want full quality and don't want to settle for non HD audio. USB drives connected to my WD live work just fine but its a pain to have to swap them out, I was hoping for one easy streaming setup where I had access to my entire library.
Side note: I went into my main cable box and unplugged everything, used only the main cable in line and the output to each of the two rooms I needed for streaming, to avoid any extra interference, that didn't help.
Just upgraded from my GTX 560 ti 448 which I bought not too long ago (6 months maybe), I knew that was a card to get me from the GTX 470 to the GTX 670 when I bought it but was not expecting this performance increase. I am seeing 45-50% increases in FPS in benchmarks and games! all while running quieter and cooler. The MSI 560 448 I had wasn't loud but I had to turn up the fan speeds to get the OC I wanted. On the Gigabyte 670 I don't! Remember that temps have just as much to do with your system setup (airflow in case) as with the cooling on the card. For instance people are getting low to mid 60s in temps on this card, but I get low to mid 50s. I have designed my case for amazing airflow with 10 Cougar case fans which are really quiet but move tons of air, getting temps in the low 50s while gaming and around 56-57 degrees while stress testing. Stock reference cards in basic case setups are normally around 70 degrees for this card.
The main game I bought this for was Skyrim, I had given up on it until the new cards came out because I was pushing my old card too much to get 35-40 fps and it was causing lots of crashes. I am running at 2560X1440 resolution. This card is amazing, with Adaptive V Sync I am constantly around 60 FPS in Skyrim now and the gameplay experience is so much nicer, feels like a different game! I even notice the card doesn't have to work as hard with games like Civ 5 making the system run even cooler and more silent. This generation is really worth the upgrade, a stock GTX 670 blows away the old GTX 580 by 20%+ how often does a card that cost $100 less do that to the previous generation?
As for overclocking, I never really OCd my cards until my last one *have always done CPU* but this thing works great. comes standard at 980-1059 and at those stock clocks mine was actually "boosting" to 1188 mhz. I have heard that this is the part that is the "lottery" and some people get a boost of 150, while others get 220, average I have seen is 170, so I am guessing I am pretty lucky (and happy) with the 208 mine is giving me. Without voltage increase and only boosting target power to the max 111% in MSI Afterburner I was able to overclock to 1080-1159 (actually running at 1288 mhz) on core clock and 627 on memory (3250,6500 mhz depending how you look at it). Running stable with stress tests, benchmarks and games. I know with a little voltage increase this would go higher *MSI AB allows a little tweak* but I don't see the point in doing so for an extra 1-2% FPS gain. If you need every little last bit of juice spend the $100 more and get the GTX 680 which overclocks even better. If you want to stay in the $400 range and are fine with GTX 680 stock performance (after overclocking one of these) then this is your card!