You and I share the same philosophy. If I pay good money (or any money) for a product, it better be FLAWLESS otherwise you bet your a$$ I'm going to raise hell and keep exchanging until I get what I want. I went through 5 HTC One X's in a 2 week period just trying to get a flawless one. Went through 4 Nexus 7s as well. The whole argument about people like you and I driving costs up is ridiculous and without any merit- if anything it's beneficial to everyone else because it lets manufacturers know that they are releasing defective products and they can't get away with it, and in a perfect world ultimately resulting in stricter quality control. People who are OK with keeping defective products are the ones who hurt the industry.
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Me identifying the defects in the product allows the manufacturer to fix the issues on the work line. It allows for a better product and less defective products that in turn create loyal and happy customers.
But hey, if these other guys like bending over... Go ahead and bend over. I would rather be the guy giving it than taking it in the rear. No pain, no gain right?
I went through 4 Palm Pre's before finding one without dead pixels.
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