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A couple of days ago I mentioned one of the emerging trends I am seeing is the desire of people to have someone else build their systems for them so they don't have to do the work. The era of the pre-made system is coming back into vogue.

Several of you commented that this is the height of laziness and just goes to prove our society is crumbling.

I am not so sure I agree.

If I go out for a special meal, I want a highly trained chef to put it together for me. Why? Because he's spent a career studying culinary arts and the expectation is he's significantly better than me. It's fine for me to suggest I want some of this and some of that, but then I need his expertise to assemble everything in a way I am not capable of accomplishing.

In the same way, I'll bet I could put together a better system at a given price than most of my customers. Is that bragging? I don't think so. I think it's merely a reflection of 40 years of experience.

If you can assemble a state of the art high-end system on your own, kudos to you. If you're a dealer that provides that service to your customers, you get extra kudos.

Just because you can't boil water doesn't mean you're lazy if you order a five star meal from a world class chef.

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