well, there is more to a knife than steel, but the shown x50 steel is usually quite good. Easy to sharpen, holds a decent edge, is very corrosion resistant. It's the current go-to steel for knives around $30 and up, although from about $50 and up (depending on knife size ofc) you'll see more exotic steels such as vg10. » 12/05/14 6:32pm 12/05/14 6:32pm

I disagree with most of your list, but putting the i3 at #1 is more than a little misguided. You called the i3 'little'? Have you seen it in person? It's huge. It's also ugly. It looks small and cute in pictures, and then in real life it's just a stupid ugly lump of a car. » 12/04/14 10:30am 12/04/14 10:30am

Good, but as long as the futures of oil haven't dropped anywhere near as much, don't expect this dip in price to stick and just be happy with the dollars you're saving now. Don't spring for a Hellcat if you can afford it only if gas is as cheap as it is now. » 12/04/14 10:13am 12/04/14 10:13am

Not really. They're not common, but not rare at all. American MPV's are bigger, more comfortable and cheaper than European MPV's. My parents drove a Ford Windstar back when I was young. It was bigger than the Renault Grand Espace and the seats were more comfortable as well. Sure, the Espace had a much nicer interior,… » 12/03/14 4:25am 12/03/14 4:25am

That's investing. There is no guarantee something is going to work. That's why you get a lower price than the retail price of the product. There is a chance of failure. What's wrong is how terrible people are at judging the chance of failure, compared to the 'discount' received. This is the latest in a long list of… » 12/02/14 1:20pm 12/02/14 1:20pm