What would you consider is "top of the line" to jump straight to?This is where it might be worth a re-think. Multiple upgrading usually results in costing more in the long run than going right to the top of the line. Granted everyone's financial circumstances can differ but there is a reason for the saying buy-once-cry once. JMTC
I actually went the other way and I'm quite happy with the decision to do so. I regularly saw people praising the RT-700 and was focused on that for a while. I wasn't quite sold, especially given the price tag, to pull the trigger though. Once I discovered that they made basically exactly what I was looking for (slightly smaller for slightly less money) in the RT-590 with little to no concessions over it's bigger brother I was done. For me, the RT-590 was perfect and I felt was a pretty good ROI on real estate v investment. I realize my needs don't represent that of everyone but I want others to know there's lots of options so they can make the right decision for their needs. I also know that, after personal experience with other less-expensive alternatives over the years I was thoroughly impressed w/Recteq. I wasn't aware a smoker could be this much better or I would have made the move sooner as the price tag difference is 100% justified once you have one in person and are assembling it and see all the ways it's better.There is also a common thread with any disappointments or ‘wishes’ I’ve had with several devices of all types/descriptions ... wish I’d gone bigger!
Not sure I agree with this. I feel like that mid-range group offers maybe 85% (arbitrary number for discussion purposes) the exact same experience overall. It really comes down to; are you willing to pay that price tag premium for the 85% to be 98%? At a point, it becomes the law of diminishing returns on investment. Sure, if budget is no concern you can get the best of the best and not worry about it but for the rest of us we need to factor the true value of these devices and weight it against our needs and budget considerations.This is where it might be worth a re-think. Multiple upgrading usually results in costing more in the long run than going right to the top of the line. Granted everyone's financial circumstances can differ but there is a reason for the saying buy-once-cry once. JMTC
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