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  1. Wanna give a shout out to working with Carl. Bought all 4 surrounds and it was a much needed upgrade. His packing was top notch - even as I watched the delivery guy trip over nothing and drop the entire box to the ground. Sounds great and can keep up with my La Scalas. Another successful transaction with a Klipsch forum member.
  2. Looking forward to going to the victory parade Saturday! Fun Fact: Two years ago after the victory parade, we played UVA in basketball at noon. This Saturday? We play UVA in basketball at noon.
  3. I have an Epson 3500 on a 120" screen and I'll echo what others have said - the source material is crucial. Regular cable looks worse on my projector than the LED TV next to it. For movies, I went from a PS3 fatty for Blu Rays to a X Box One X with 4K and what a difference that made. Blade Runner 2049 in 4K looked incredible!
  4. Maybe a little far in advance, but figured I'd post anyway. The last week of April I'll be traveling from Greenville, SC to Louisville, KY and back. Got a F150 with a bed cap so I can easily fit 2 La Scalas and possibly more depending on what's being moved. Also, I do have room in my house to store some speakers if you can't get them right away.
  5. Don't know if your sensitive to the color wheel issue with DLP projectors - but the Optoma UHD 60 and 65 are in your budget too.
  6. I always keep 1495s in my humidor. A great bargain smoke.
  7. Gotta say - that eclipse was pretty cool.
  8. At work. Probably go outside and see it in the afternoon.
  9. @MetropolisLakeOutfitters Cory can point you in the right direction.
  10. Consider the Submaximus if you want a FLH instead of a tapped horn. http://www.avsforum.com/forum/155-diy-speakers-subs/1981369-gjhallerhorn-v2-submaximus-pair-uxl-s-3.html#post45063122 Scroll down to post 67 and see what a horn loaded 18 will do. The UXL 18 is $550 if you can find it in stock. I have a UXL 18 and toy around with building a Submaximus pretty often. I haven't done it yet, but maybe one day.
  11. Ford says to use 93 if you're towing but otherwise, there's not much difference in normal driving and even little difference in towing. I run 93 only because the tune I have requires it. Otherwise I'd just run 87. The power that you can get out of these Ecoboosts is fantastic - obviously at the risk of the engine. There are a slew of guys running high 12s and 13s in the quarter mile with just a tune...on full size 4x4 trucks. F-150 Forum is a solid place to learn a lot. I've saved a lot of money and time with some researching there. Ecoboost Forum is a secondary site to look at to also see what's going on. For my price range and year range, no other truck manufacturer offered the full 4 door cab with a 6.5ft bed. So it made the choice pretty easy for me. So far, no regrets.
  12. 2011 F-150 with the 3.5 Ecoboost and I'm running a 93 octane tune on it. Love the truck. 80,000 miles so far. I bought it used about a year and a half ago. I hate getting in and out of cars so for me, unless something crazy happens, a truck will always be my daily driver. I want a diesel truck, but don't tow often enough or heavy enough to warrant that. But it doesn't mean I can't dream about it!
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