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05 x 2. 50 x 1. 99View at Best Buy$89. 99View at Amazon?We like that you can use it either wired or on battery power alone, you can create custom motion zones, and also see what's going on in your neighborhood. Plus, Ring offers very affordable video storage plans. 9 x 2. 8 inchesItem model numberSH02300SLColorSilverFinishBrushedItem Package Quantity1Number Of Pieces1Included ComponentsSkyBell HD Device, Wall Mount, Hardware Kit, Set Screw, and User GuideBatteries Included?NoBatteries Required?YesWarranty Description1 YearLet me begin by stating that I have FINALLY got this thing working correctly after months of frustration. And I was the person that ultimately figured out a fix. I will share this with you momentarily. UPDATE 02/10/2017: It has come to my attention that this is a pretty wordy and long review. I'm sure not everyone is interested in, for instance, the things that I tried that didn’t work.

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01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

14. With self monitoring systems, you have to make the call. Also, with a security provider, "you have someone to contact should your system have any kind of service issues," Walters says. A security company "can send out a technician to troubleshoot and fix a panel that's gone bad, which you don't have with a DIY approach. "A security provider can also keep eyes on your house when you're away on vacation, Guilbeau points out. And security providers will often offer to have an expert assess your home to help you determine the most effective setup for your house. But professional security providers tend to cost more. According to Consumer Reports, professional monitoring costs range from $100 to $300 annually, plus the cost of equipment. In comparison, DIY system starter kits start at about $200. Also, professionally installed systems typically offer less flexibility. If you move, you may have to pay to have the system reinstalled at your new place.

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01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

Yes, there are great themes that are published here and elsewhere from time to time. But try as I have to come up with great themes. It's not that easy. And once you have a great theme, it may be impossible to arrange the theme entries in a grid without introducing a lot of crap. Consider how, except for Sunday puzzles, Patrick Berry avoids early week theme puzzles. This is perhaps why I admire Jacob Stulberg's constructing skill so much. Anyway, I would rather have early week non themed puzzles with great fill than many of the puzzles we get. But sadly, that's not going to happen. But, I guess we should continue complaining. Maybe someday . @pmdm thanks for the good insight as to the difficulties imposed by the NYT restraints relating to themed puzzles.