I have been told countless times that no matter what kind of purchase you make that you’ll consistently get what you pay for. That is in terms of quality versus cost entirely. I veered in the other direction after I started finding a lot of cheap tools and electronics on the internet to buy from overseas for much cheaper than something comparable that is made domestically. I have gotten amazing deals on incostly cell iphone brands as a single major example. But, then the opposite happened when I bought a 42 inch TV set for just $100. The screen stopped toiling a month after I bought it, just days after the end of our return window. Worse yet, the same thing happened with our a/c. I got an amazing deal on a current system a few years ago from a manufacturer I had never heard of, then i also could find scant information about them on the internet no matter where I looked. Since I was slender on money when I needed the upgrade, I took the plunge with the mystery manufacturer. At first the a/c seemed to work well—it had a strong air current leaving the air duct and it took little time to drop the indoor temperature to whatever level I selected on our control unit. But, before I knew it, it was taking increasingly longer periods of time to reach the selected un-even temperatures on the system’s control panel, then all of a abrupt it just shut down without warning a single day. I called a weird Heating, Ventilation and A/C supplier to make repairs and they told me that I was sold an inferior heating and cooling system for our home. In this case, I absolutely got what I paid for and should have known better.