Welcome to the club, John. That's a question I'm still asking myself
after using PWB products for 2 years.
It is doubtful anyone would contradict that the Cream Electret is
extremely versatile and cost effective. Although in terms of
potential cost effectiveness, perhaps the Quantum Clip is the champ,
since almost anything in the universe can be "clipped". And the
results engendered by the Quantum Clip are amazing.
The red 'x pen is also very versatile, especially for those pesky bar
codes, as others have pointed out. I recently discovered that all
the outlets and parts installed when my place was rewired had bar
codes. I nearly passed out. How does one deal with that? They're
all tucked in the wall.
I still find the Rainbow Foil excellent, and again, very cost
effective due to its versatility. However, it is obvious some of the
Frosted Foil must be tried after the glowing recommendation.
The great thing is that with the audiophile penchant for playing with
equipment the PWB products offer almost a lifetime potential for
treating not just equipment, but the entire world! (I'm still just
trying to get the living room and kitchen "Belted")
Good luck. It's always nice to have another "convert" here. Let us
know how you fare.
And Paul, it would seem that eski is a truncation of Eskimo,
correct? I use my ice chest to slow down the thawing of items that
have been frozen. In the desert finding cool spots is always a