M. Dalton

Helpful votes received on reviews: 97% (29 of 30)


Top Reviewer Ranking: 16,621 - Total Helpful Votes: 29 of 30
Blade Runner: The Final Cut - Limited Edition Stee&hellip <b>Blu-ray</b> ~ Harrison Ford
5.0 out of 5 stars Steelbook finery., June 4 2012
Just wanna say that the steelbook edition is a real pleasure. I'm not sure how the other editions are laid out; there's allot of great movies with allot of wonky presentation philosophies floating around these days.
This disc gets it right.. Pop it in, and the credits roll right off; no clunky menu, no eyesore previews. Bring the menu up, and it sits nicely under the opening credits, with everything available. Click on Ridley Scott's intro, it rolls, then you're right back into the film, right where you left off. Presentation designers, take note! This disc is sweet.
Amnesiac (Vinyl) ~ Radiohead
Amnesiac (Vinyl) ~ Radiohead
3.0 out of 5 stars Vinyl, not so great., July 27 2011
I think Capitol shorted themselves (and us) on this. For my ears, I really don't think they remastered this for vinyl. They simply took the compact disk mix and pressed it on wax. It's pretty pathetic when a company advertises something special and then fails at the most important point.

The sound is much the same as the digital version, plus the added noise of pops and click (and possible dullness) that comes with wax. On a good vinyl master there is a good deal more detail; with a noise floor that lets your ears peruse into the murky fuzz that only clouds an even higher resolution.

But on this pressing what you have is that murky fuzz minimally clouding off what you… Read more
Breville BREBMF600XL Milk Café Frother by Breville
27 of 27 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars It works..., May 22 2011
I've been a heavy latte drinker for about 10 years now... meaning I've probably spent well over 10k on frothy milk drinks in my lifetime. This morning I did something different; I poured some milk and pushed a button.

After going over the other frother type things on the market, I went with this because it does larger portions (up to about 700ml), and because it gets stuff hot... at least that's what I thought it would do, but now I know for sure =)
There's a capp disk (frothing piece) and a latte one (with a storage slot).
The capp disk gives plenty of foam even with some loose tea mixed in along with the milk. The lid has a removable piece in the middle that acts as… Read more