True enough. Point well taken, and no slight was ever intended. On the one hand, the site shows its age ... by the mere fact that it hasn’t had a face-lift “in a coon’s age.” But, on the other hand, it gets the job done as it always has. At the end of the day, “results” are what we come here for. Sure, I would love to see “pretty.” But I do not come here for pretty things. I would like to see (changes that I perceive to be) improvements. But I fear changes that, though well-intentioned by someone else in the name of being “improvements,” compromise what I come here for. Daresay I am not alone. We all “know the drill,” and we have all pulled paying clients out of these same quagmires.
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