Hi! This is fan mail. You have no category for that (you must
not get as much praise as you deserve), so I chose a category at random.
Anyway, I just want to take a moment to tell you what a *fantastic* site you
have. When I started working with Arduinos a year ago, I quickly discovered
half a dozen sites that became my primary sources for components, supplies
and ideas. Having worked with all of them over a period of some months, with
multiple purchases from each, I have reached the conclusion that Adafruit is
*the* place to go for everything Arduino. You have an amazing selection of
products, including many that you have developed on your own. You have fair
prices, excellent service, and — best of all — *extensive* help for
figuring out how to get the most out of Arduinos and all the supporting
Having reached that conclusion, I will now make Adafruit my primary source
for all my project needs. If you don’t have what I need, I’ll go somewhere
else. Otherwise, I’ll just key in what I need on your site and not bother
looking anywhere else. You’ve got it all!
Kudos to all at Adafruit. Well done.
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