>I completely agree that WriteRights are pricey, but I've found that
>the textured ones last 3-4 months each, even with heavy use. Based on
>that usage pattern, I can certainly cost justify them.
Ditto. As for the claim of a sticky residue, if you just put another
WriteRight on your screen after pulling the old one off, after it's finally
used up, you'll never notice a residue. Actually, I haven't noticed a
residue either of the 2 times I've changed my WriteRight in the past year.
Screen seemed nice and smooth to me. And the cost per year, at this rate,
is pretty darn low.
Quote:>BTW, if you live in a town with a good plastics supply house, I will
>give a WriteRight if you will take it to the plastics supply house,
>see if they have anything comparable, and report here with your
>findings. There's got to be an analogous product out there that can
>be bought relatively inexpensively by the foot and cut to fit...
Ya, but it's your time worth something too? What's the point of paying $5
for a sheet of plastic when you have to look up the correct dimensions on
the web or newsgroup and then cut it perfectly to fit, etc. I've got better
things to do with my time. How about you?