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Yes I have seen comments from some people to the effect that they would buy an Iyonix *only* when Select became available. If *everyone* had done that there'd be no Iyonixes available and being able to run Select on them would be moot.

Iyonix's success was acchieved by those who bought and were not deterred by Select *not* being available - if enough people buy Iyonix at some point ROL may realise that there *is* a worthwhile market there. Frankly though I don't think it really matters, RO5 exists and it works - it may lack some of Select's bells and whistles - but guess what we'll live without it if we have to.

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Annraoi

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