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I have owned these knives for over 15 years and they DO NOT RUST. However, these knives are NOT for use in a professional kitchen, so professionals, buy your wustoff exc. They stay very sharp and they can be sent back whevever you feel they need to be sharpened. Also, if you have a broken piece they will send you a new one free of charge. So for the man who wrote that he thought the knives were not any good, you are wrong, these are the best knives I have ever owned and have continued to be reliable for 15 years. If you are new to cutco, try a double D edge knife first (it looks like it is serrated) you will be amazed with how great it works! Hooray for cutco!
Our new CPA recommended that we start keeping our records in QuickBooks. The copy that I had was 2008 (I was not able to get it to work, but the CPA said she could help), but it was recommended that I get the 2011 version. I was quite surprised by the 3 star rating and even more surprised to find that there were almost as many 1 stars as 5 stars. So I decided to read the complaints by the 1 stars, and quickly changed my mind on using QuickBooks. I was extremely mad when Intuit required that I upgrade my 2008 Quicken to 2011 just to be able to down load financial transactions. This is also a popular complaint on QuickBooks. An Intuit employee tried to justify it as necessary for software testing. I have also been in software testing and product support, and basically that is a totally lame excuse. They can simply say that the older versions simply are not supported, but it is just a plain strong arm tactic to force upgrades when you turn off the feature. HP did something similar on their inkjet printers when they put date code electronics in their cartridges to force you to replace them on a regular basis even if they are still full of ink. I also do not buy HP printers.