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It's hard to know what to rate this. The unit, now working, is quite good, maybe a four or five, especially in light of the Arris tech guy. HOWEVER, it took 2-1/2 hours on the phone with Time Warner Cable and Arris, we (my daughter and I) to finally get it working WIRELESSLY. Tried initially with ethernet hookup, wouldn't let us rename it and get back in from the Motorola default login. Via a terse but in the end very helpful Arris tech guy (blessedly available on Sun) we reset the factory defaults and one way and another got it to function wirelessly.
My wife and I both use it & like it & it doesn't leave me smelling like a women's cologne factory. It lathers so much that the 5 oz. should last us a year. Two swipes with my 4 blade razor on my beard/scruff and all is smooth.
Purchased for my husband as he saw the commercial and wanted to try it. Not as good for the price, although it combines several ingredients. I do not know if it made a difference or not.
I had the oddest experience with the Avast Free Antivirus. Mere minutes after I downloaded it I went back to Amazon to buy a few things. To my astonishment, when I clicked on various products preparatory to buying them a large red banner appeared at the top of the screen informing me that I could buy that same product at Ebay for $4 ( or whatever the particular sum was---in some cases no Ebay ad appeared presumably because that product was not offered on Ebay or because there's no price differential) less. I was amazed --why would Amazon undercut itself? I performed a quick Google search to see if I had not noticed Amazon has purchased Ebay but apparently there has been no such purchase. I went back on Amazon and returned to the type of product i.e, cosmetics, that had triggered all of the Ebay advertising banners. Once again they appeared. The only explanation I could find for their appearance was that Avast permitted this. Given that I have the new Norton all-inclusive fire wall etc. that is the only explanation. As soon as I deleted the Avast program the . Ebay banners disappeared. I called a computer nerd I know and his explanation was that either the Avast program was hacked or that the incorporation of Ebay ads was one way the Avast program pays for itself. The bottom line is that I would recommend the Avast program be avoided because it is not clear what other baggage may come with its installation.