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I disagree with that statement. It seems to me that most of the people who don't want to understand any of the technicalities of DCC are the ones that use Decoder Pro. I have never met anyone who takes their locos to a dealer to program.Ya have to keep in mind Mark the size of the Decoder Pro community. I would think well over 95% of model railroaders with DCC don't have the technical inclination to try software like Decoder Pro.
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