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  1. If needed for Christmas it is on my list. If for Halloween it will be to soon. Shoot me a PM with Party Rock Anthem in title so I wont open it and I will get them done. JR
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  2. By the way - I like your last year's layout - and a ew pixels here and there can sure liven that up even more!!!!! Again, let me say, it depends entirely on where you want to place things as to if you should use bullet, bulbs or ribbons. I have used all three --- the bulbs are GREAT around the eaves of the house, the bullets have worked beautifully in mini-trees and 6-foot pixel trees. The ribbons mad a great matrix (even though this year my new matrix will be square pixels at a higher density - I was very happy with the old matrix of ribbons). If you go to YouTube, I have video ther
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  3. I have several smaller 360-degree trees in my display and I like that look because I see the display rom inside the house, too! LOL But truly a 180-degree tree may be all you need - again - depending on your options! Where is the tree viewed from - i only from a distance and not visible from behind - than 180-degrees is more than adequate - but i people can see the sides as they drive up maybe you want to consider 270-degrees or even the ill 360. Just my thoughts! Your mileage may (and no doubt will) vary!!! LOL
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  4. Well - I'm not sure that I completely agree on the graphics vs designs answer --- I have use both bullets and ribbons in my display and actually found them equally useful depending (and this is where I think the key point is) ... depending on the density of the pixels. Ribbons have a set pattern - they are what they are - you cannot make them any more dense (or the length of the ribbon) - of course you can pace the ribbons closer together...but...those pixels are really 3-LEDs long so it's a pretty big pixel. The bullets can be placed close together or far apart. and that is where YOUR NEEDS
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  5. First you need to ask yourself what are you looking for. A flat ribbon tree is better for graphics and wording. A more traditional round tree with pixels is better for designs and patterns that go around the tree. Once you figure what you want you can spend a little more and buy a kit or by the parts, build you own and save about half.
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