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Old May 28th, 2003, 02:19 PM   #16
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Hi,

There wasnt any refurbs on offer this week and after looking thru mags and sites ive decided to hold off the Mac route unless a great second hand bargain comes up by next week. Im starting my business on a PC, filming official football videos, cookery vids and car trainig guides, and if it goes well i'll then use the profits to get FCP4 and turn to the Mac side.
Not really because of preference, altho i havent used a Mac before, simply because of costs. well, the bank manager actually!
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