It is crazy to think I live in a rural location in the UK. I live on Dartmoor a National Park which is 328 square miles of mostly moor land. This is the description of my village - "PRINCETOWN is in the parish of Lydford, a grim little town some 1,400 ft. above sea level, with an abominable climate of fog, snow, wind, and more than 80 in. of cold rain over 100. It stands on a cot between the two Hessary Tors, exposed to the bitter N. and E. winds, the least suitable place that could ever have been chosen for a town." Now here's the irony - I have an audio shop, really lovely place called Tavistock Audio around 10 miles away. I am also bang in the middle of 2 Apple Stores (Exeter, Plymouth) which are 60 mins to 45 mins away respectively. I am also bang in the middle or 2 Richer Sounds stores, and in Exeter there is an audio shop Guildford Hi-Fi. And because of my rural location, the internet is used a lot. So I trust the views and opinions of many people on here. So far , I have not got it wrong..