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Old May 30, 02, 6:27 am
Join Date: Nov 2001
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I would certainly agree that showing both is preferable. However showing the upgradeable by default is hardly unethical and in no way evil.

When was the last time you walked through a model home with no upgrades or test drove a car without all of the bells and whistles? Even McDonalds greets you by asking if you want a value meal, not the .99 specials.

The point is that Delta wants to show you what you could have for a little (questionable I know!) more, not what you can get for the least money.
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