Excuse me if I'm just saying what has already been said, but I just wanted to give my .02 cents.

I definitely think there has been too much blurring between the pre-change V2 and the new V3. And I think that's where all of the confusion lies. There should have been a definite line drawn between the 2 series so one knows what he's getting up front and not having to worry about some hybridization. It's like buying a new receiver that has some new features, but some of them have the new feature and some of them don't. I wouldn't want to purchase anything from that company because I'm not sure what I would get.