I believe Trina just tried one out, but I haven't heard the latest from her. If I learn anything, I'll report back. I really like mine. Had another CPA depo yesterday, and aside from a bit of stacking, it was great. I'm using Eclipse ediitng macros now throughout the whole job from the writer. Are you into that???
Hope you really did get a rest and/or some extra fun yesterday!
Lorrie, I sold my LS to Tina Givens so she could use it as a backup. I think she paid my a little under what Stenovations was selling the refurbished ones for. Because of the new one coming out, and the warranty stuff, it's kind of complicated these days. My advice would be to call Stenovations and ask them about ALL options and details about what the new buyer of your used LS could do as far as future upgrades. You may want to post over on depoman.com. I haven't been there yet this morning - maybe you have. Also you can PM Tina or Brenda Rogers from there.
I'm pretty happy with the Grand, although not ecstatic. I've still got some stacking, but my body is happy with it, and I never want to go back to having my hands together!
Good luck with your LS sale. I'm so glad to be done with it! (A new writer for you - Grand, Passport, Diamante - would sure be a nice birthday present!) Thinking about it???
Wow! You have so many letters behind your name! Very cool! And good luck with your next new acquired letters... the RMR! I'm still trying to get my CSR. Hehehe. I'm a court reporting student at 180 wpm. When I get my CSR, I hope to follow with as many lovely letters behind my name as yours! What an inspiration! Thank you! :)
Lorrie, Just read you're selling your LS! I'm so glad I don't have to think about mine anymore since I sold it last month. I sure wish you a quick and easy sale! Are you getting a new writer in its place???
I have no idea what equipment to use ... the school sells refurbished machines, but they aren't computer compatible -- just thought I'd rather spend more money and get the 'latest & greatest' but sounds like this isn't the machine for a student