I certainly am prepared to let you have a go.... then we can both make a more informed guess, that may in turn lead to an actual opinion.<br />
Because your survival is, apparently, not incumbent on its existence.
You would not be alive if it was, because you don't have it.
Trying to convey the possibility of future need of something unknown is like squeezing a bulls balls and hoping it doesn't kick. If you do not need something to survive presently, then you don't need it, this crap is really simple.
Doesn't matter. You claim to need something, yet offer no better proof of that need than a possibility of future necessity. I don't need to know a damn thing about it to assume you skipped logic in college.
To an extent, but logic dictates that I also have no reason to assume or accept that your survival is dependent upon some unknown thing that it has never been dependent upon before, unless given adequate cause.
As long as it is an unknown to me, the above still applies.
If you as much as admit that you don't have it, and haven't had it up until now, what reason is there to assume you will need it if you have survived so well without it until now? That is the question here.
So far, I haven't been making ANY decisions for you, I merely pointed out that it would be logical if I decided not to make or accept any assertions about what you "need". As far as what is "best for you", that isn't really a consideration of mine, because I would need to have some sort of personal expectation of you to have an opinion on the matter. I merely was attempting to explain to you that no one has any obligation to accept your "need" for an unknown without adequate reason.
I never said you should let other people make your decisions, I said that you could not expect uninformed parties to agree with you, there is a marked difference.
I never promised to be exciting.
ok , what do you think it can do ?
well it must be pretty good then
Colonel Mustard, in the Hallway, with a wrench.
what can i say. i have the 2013 version.
LOL, that's how I decide if I need something or not. If I don't know what it is, or what it can or can't do, I very likely don't need it; but you might find it will come in very handy for your purposes.