>Another question that has arisen: do folks prefer toted filletsters? They
>sure do look nice. Are they also nice to hold?
>Scott Post spost@n... http://www.netusa1.net/~spost
I was gonna say that my favorite user is a toted DR Barton. The tote makes
it a breeze to use when the going gets rough... or for that matter when the
going is smooth. Whichever way you use it.. the totes adds control and
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