I think that's a fair call but if I might offer a suggestion.
1st Keep in mind magazines and newsletters are meant to sell advertising (only) and the articles are just fill between the advertising.
2nd When you read them look for a little gem or two, and often they are not the main point of the article but rather a by product of the article.
3rd It's just like the post here on RF, you may look at a picture of a sink installation and think that's cool, but if you look closely you realize that with all the clutter of pipes and wiring for pumps etc, that it's going to be extra hard to keep that area clean enough to pass an inspection down the road. So if your doing a build you realize hey I want my sink inclosed (around the bottom) so that area stays clean and gives both the HD and customers the impression that your build is spotless.
Here is a perfect example of a mistake I made on my trailer build. This under counter area area takes an hour to remove all the pans and clean, and the process is a pain in the ass. If it were inclosed it would be much easier to keep clean, and have to be done once every 3 months instead of once a week.
OK OK I'll shut up now LMAO.
Look for the gems and you have to look carefully.
post edited by Dr of BBQ - 2012/05/10 08:34:46