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I've got a start at bringing this article up to acceptably encyclopædic standards. I cut out the massive blockquoting, the YouTube link, and the promotional material that read as though from a press release by the maker. I've applied two relevant stub cats to try and attract some attention from those with expertise in this area, and trimmed the "See also" list down to only those articles reasonably directly relevant. I'll go look and see what articles 22.214.171.124 may have seeded with links to this one, and will rm any spurious such links. —ScheinwerfermannT·C18:29, 6 March 2009 (UTC)