> Mike noted that it is increasingly hard to buy memory which actually works, especially if you want to go cheap.
Wow. Who actually wants to buy memory that doesn't work, or flips random bits on an off-day?
I'd prefer my code, documents and calculations not to be twiddled with behind my back, thank you.
Reminds me of a new improved version of an HP text editor I used once, backalong. We were maintaining a large Fortran program which started misbehaving in odd ways, then stopped working altogether. Turned out that each time you saved the file, the editor would lose a random line or two.