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NickC last won the day on November 25 2019

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  1. Some Phase 4 date changes, films moving back a slot. Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness - May 6, 2022 (was 3/3/2022) Thor: Love and Thunder - July 8, 2022 (Was 5/6/2022) Black Panther: Wakanda Forever - November 11, 2022 (was 7/8/2022) The Marvels - February 17, 2023 (was 11/11/2022) Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania - July 28, 2023 (was 2/17/2023)
  2. International Ghostbusters Afterlife Trailer
  3. Right now $2,598, Sony is going to keep the lens around as well, I have to imagine the price will drop once the new one is released as it's going to retail for $2,798 and IMO $200 isn't enough difference to justify both in the lineup.
  4. The quotes I received were all similar, though I'd go for MBP/Adorama as they are a bit higher ($1700), my concern is I choose one and what they actually offer will be less. At least the lens is in terrific condition, looks new, light use, I have all original packing/parts etc. I've also listed the lens on fred miranda and facebook marketplace for $1800 including shipping and paypal fees, but nothing yet. it probably doesn't make much sense to lower the price more if I could end up getting $1700 from MBP/Adorama.
  5. Thank you. Seems like it's probably worth upgrading for the Speed(Auto Focus), Sharpness, shooting into light and Weight improvements. MBP $1,700.00 KEH $1676.00 Adorama $1700
  6. I was hoping the Sony 70-200 2.8 II wouldn't be released this year, I'll have to see if it's worth upgrading, probably won't be able to afford it until next year. Where does everyone sell their old glass?
  7. The Total Tech page has apparently been removed, I wonder how many cancellations they had.
  8. yep, confirmed by Gunn https://www.instagram.com/p/CU6AqolAL0R/
  9. Best Buy had an online drop Friday and I got lucky, unfortunately that may be over now unless you're a Best Buy Total Tech Member. Best Buy was one of the few places where you could get one MSRP. They were also doing in-store drops once a month at select stores, normally with long lines, my store apparently didn't sell out right away with the last drop two weeks ago, but most do. I'm curious to see how the next two+ month's at Best Buy go, both in-store and on-line now that Total Tech is a thing. Base 3080/3070 FHR (Full Hash Rate) cards are going to be the hardest to find, but here are some tips. 1. Follow @GPURestock and @NS_ALERTS on Twitter 2. Join NerdSpeak Discord https://discord.gg/KbeMPsFW 3. Download the Best Buy Phone App - There is a trick to show if a store has stock, many people have had success, but it seems to vary per store/employee. In the app Search "RTX", at the top of the search on the left there should be a "In Stock at "Your Store" "button, enable that, if stock of a GPU is showing that store should have it on hand (even if the app shows "Sold Out"). Go to the store, ask someone (preferably someone who may not know what a GPU is) to check inventory for the SKU and don't specifically tell them what it is. If you want to check a different store in the search, disable and re-enable the "In Stock" button each time you switch stores as that seems to actively refresh the search. I also don't mind checking my local store during the next drop if LCVG members are looking for a specific card, If I find one I'll sell it for Retail (MSRP + Tax) & Shipping
  10. I ended up buying the Yamaha A4A, haven't been able to hook it up yet, hopefully by the end of the week.
  11. Best Buy launched a new membership program called Total Tech for $199.99 a year. One of the benefits is Holiday Perks where members can purchase hard to find products (ie PS5 / XSX / RTX Cards/ etc). They had a drop of PS5s today where only Total Tech members could purchase, not sure how I feel about this as it's basically a free money grab with some "benefits" thrown in. Holiday perks: This holiday season, Totaltech members will get more than great support – they’ll also receive exclusive access to some of the season’s hardest-to-find products. They’ll also have access to Member Monday, a new series of special events that offers members exclusive deals on some of the hottest tech. Member Monday kicks off Monday, Oct. 18 and will run select weeks throughout the holiday season. Member Monday will also feature exclusive deals for customers who are a part of Best Buy’s free membership program, My Best Buy. Other Benefits: Free Geek Squad tech support, available 24/7/365 on all the technology in your home, no matter where you bought it. Totaltech Expert Access, a VIP service with access to dedicated phone and chat teams. Up to 24 months of product protection on most Best Buy purchases during active membership, including AppleCare+ on Apple products. Free delivery and standard installation. Exclusive Totaltech member prices. 20% off labor for repairs and advanced services and 10% off labor for custom installations. Extended 60-day return and exchange window on most products. Free haul-away on most product replacements. https://www.bestbuy.com/site/electronics/totaltech/pcmcat1629315977983.c?id=pcmcat1629315977983
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