My mailer thinks Ken Meade said:
> Many thanks for all the help you guys posted re: questions to vendors of
> Now I have it down to 2 products:
You have it slightly wrong here. The toolkit is not, in the true sense, a
product. To compare the two, it's like buying a house:
With the toolkit you get a pile of prefabricated wall frames
and roof trusses and are expected to assemble it yourself. The
instructions are very basic but there are lots of neighbours
who can help you if you get stuck. If the roof leaks you can
try and fix it yourself. Maybe your neighbours can help, too.
Depends if their roof is leaking too.
Otherwise you can move straight into the pre-built, customised
to your requirements Gauntlet model. Every now and then the
people from TIS will come over and give your house a makeover.
Maybe they'll just paint it, maybe they'll make the walls
thicker (particularly the firewalls :-). Sometimes they'll even
add a room or two.
Take your pick.