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For these reasons and more I have been researching and comparing "smart doorbell" products since the first models hit the market a few years back. Our household has been through a SkyBell original, SkyBell 2. 0, Ring, and now the SkyBell HD I plan to stick with this one. The first two 2 iterations of the SkyBell product were just so so. They had lots of potential but did not quite deliver. SkyBell HD on the other hand is a dramatic improvement and is still getting better.

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This also sheds some new light on Rex's pretty much daily ranting and ravings which in some respects are a public service. As an advanced beginner at best myself, I frequently wondered why the NYT puzzles are so consistently, well dumb. Now I know. This feels like an offshoot of Sunday's puzzle with common phrases reimagined as expressions of a certain trade or activity. The choices here do seem old fashioned, as if they were lifted from a "Highlights for Children" magazine, but I enjoyed the fact that the grid was a bit crunchier than the usual Tuesday. Write overs included "adage" before MORAL, "adieu" before ADIOS, "am too" before IS TOO, and "hemp" before HERB. VROOM appears for at least the second time in recent days as does ATHOS, SEL, PEP, and the ever recurring, ever irritating APSE. Interesting that today's pan from Rex is offset by a top rating POW!from Jeff Chen. In my opinion, neither is accurate. This is a typical early week puzzle which was pleasant to solve and easy to forget. Hey All !@Anon 12:27 That was quite funny.