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  • Right now I only have a smart cover that I love.  I may consider getting a neoprene sleeve that I can put the ipad with smart cover in.
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    in Macbook? Comment by MrsJetSet March 2011
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  • We just finished building and went with prewire only except on the covered patio.  We wanted them to be liable if there were electrical issues outside.  As for the inside, the speakers were very marked up and not that great so we will be adding our …
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  • Selling would be overreacting.  It sucks all of the things that have happened but at least you are getting it out of the way now and not when you have a brand new infant in tow.
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