What I don't like about the made in China thing, besides some of the quality issues is this. When a well known U.S. firm has something made in China that used to be made over here, and they charge you more than what the U.S. made part used to cost
. You know d&^% well they saved a ton on labor, but did they pass that on to you? Heck no they just compounded the profit by charging the same or higher price as the U.S made item.