bjorn wrote:The question then is whether the slight improvement in performance is worth paying three times the price. I don't regret my purchase at all, but it's certainly something to consider next time around.
I've had those exact same thoughts several times when switching cartridges around and I've noticed that what really makes me appreciate the cartridge (and the price difference) for real is when I switch back.
For some reason, I notice a difference from current to something lesser ALOT easier than from current to better.
With that said I nowadays, when testing, always switch back and fourth a couple of times.
The good to not as good switch is easier to spot than good to better. Atleast for me.
Just my two cents.