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  • Andy (continued)

    Miller hit one out of the park with this machine. Still amazed at how much power and features they were able to get into such a small package. Now if Miller will just develop a Dynasty 250/275 (with the same features as the 200 DX), I may consider "retiring" my Sync 250. (Laughing). If not, guess I'll have to keep saving for a 350. If they develop such a machine and desire some "field testing", let me know.

    Oh, and BTW, the new Digital Elite is a significant upgrade to the original Elite. Ordered one along with the Dynasty. Great hood. My old Elite had began flashing me on low amp SS tig work.

    Again, thanks for all your work on the boards and thanks to Miller for producing a great machine.

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