It is what it says. Nice geek tee. Quality is pretty good, although I've seen better. The shirt is fairly thick and soft, color stays on well as mine has been through washing tons of times so definitely a plus in that department. My shirt started to lose threads at the bottom (I guess they didn't put enough stitches or something). That doesn't bother me since the shirt is still cool but those who like to look neat may not like that fact, but on the other hand those who like to look neat will probably not wear a tee of this sort anyway.
I think it's worth getting if you like the advertised message.
Color Name:Longsleeve Black|Size Name:Large|Amazon Verified Purchase
Got this one for Christmas from my wife.
The shirt fabric is fantastic and feels very comfortable on a cool day by itself, or a colder day underneath a sweater or jacket.
I wear a large and the large that arrive fit perfectly without making me feel constrained, so I'd suggest ordering the size that you usually wear instead of trading up. I don't like itchy fabrics and I had no problems with the blend used in this shirt - and more importantly the collar was not too tight and felt very natural.
The message itself - Well - if you've been asked repeatedly to fix someone else's computer, this suits you fine. If you've got someone on your gift list that you're always asking for help from... Think about buying this for them.
Once word gets out that you just built your own custom tricked-out computer, everyone in your neighborhood and in your family will be calling you to pop the hood on their 5 year old computer because they didn't RTFM! Wear this proudly at home and at family reunions - and if it turns to begging, send them an invoice.
Tell Them How You Really Feel There is nothing more frustrating on this earth than constantly being asked to help other people with their petty computer problems. Of course if your job description dictates that you have to fix other peoples computers, then there is nothing so frustrating as being forced to do so ;) "Hey Mark, I don't have a modem and can't connect to the Internet, can you fix this?" "I removed some of the pins from my monitor cable because it didn't seem to fit right, now it's not working at all...can you fix my computer?" Hey Sally, Can you fix my Internet, everytime I visit a website it says my host is unknown" "NO! NO! Now Go Away Before I Replace You With A Very Small Shell Script!" You say...