
Since when did this forum become Alice in Wonderland....
SeldomVisitor: How can you possibly rely on the fact that the recipients of the poll's Treos got them randomly, therefore justifying the results they report? Regardless how random the distribution to them, THEY are the ones reporting the problems, so they are automatically a subset of the distribution data. For all you know, thousands of people, with fully functional Treo 600's, have never even heard of Treocentral or this useless poll. I thought you were an analyst, but that kind of reasoning violates Statistics 101.
Your correlation is nothing more than coincidence, just like the first day of Statistics 101 where they remind you that the incidence of rum runners in the Caribbean cannot be correlated to slavery in preRevolutionary War America, just because they happened at the same time.
I don't mind you'e having an opinion, but quit trying to make it look like fact by shady statistical analysis.


