Quote Originally Posted by uga3406 View Post
the sales man today was telling me how much i needed a warrantly policy...r u telling me that i dont need a warrantly policy? If sthing brakes down that they will fix it for me free ? A friend told me that a week ago...
Yes, you will want a warranty policy. What I was saying is that often times, you can get Microsoft to fix RROD out of warranty (I did). But you would still want a warranty.