I apologize.\n\nAs I said from the start, I'm simply trying to learn. It seems I've either worn out my welcome here or am possibly too slow.\n\nThere have been several folks who I feel tried to help and I appreciate that. I think I've said "Thank you" at least a dozen times. Others have essentially said "just buy this, WTF are you even thinking about "that" for". - And while that may be the best advice, one doesn't learn much that way.\n\nFortunately for me, in this case, I did learn a few things I think. I was told, just buy "this" (that N1200 from Snake) and I likely will.\n\nBut I've also asked about 6 times whether or not it's possible to do something that I think I'm uncertain about, and any of you folks, could simply have said "yes, or no" to... I want asking if it was it wise. I was asking is it possible. I asked because I was confused about things I read and things I was told here.\n\nRegardiess. I'm clearly not getting that answer and it's fair to say this has not been a very beneficial thread to the group.\n\nSo shut it down. Accept my apology, and let's move on. I can always go back to scouring YouTube videos or reading reviews, or just friggin figuring it out myself right..?\n\nAnd thanks for the Dennon info. Heh, it makes me wonder sometimes about what a forum would be like for Cars. Telling everyone who wanted a Lincoln to just buy a damn Ford. Or Cadillac fans to just get a Suburban. Better yet, a Challenger guy who just can't understand he's wrong for liking the Charger. *sigh*. People can be so... Well, you know.\n\nThanks again.\n\nWell, the challenger is ugly and heavy and slow. The charger is better looking and performs closely and you have the convenience of 4 doors(family). \nShould buy a camaro.[emoji16] Looks and performance. \nIf I had the money, I’d totally get the caddy.FTW. The new suburban is almost a luxury vehicle in its own right when outfitted right. But the Escalade is just better. \nNo. Ever buy a Ford\/Lincoln. Unless you want to get towed by your friends Escalade. Lol!!!\n\nSorry Ian’s dad, couldn’t resist the nerd out.