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Before you did that you needed to understand the machine a little bit better (as 6 months is not a long time to learn a machine).
I know that you said you have been detecting for a long time, but if your not used to having a machine that you "can" alter a lot, then maybe you should have spent more time learning the programs that are already in the machine as they would have given you a "straight out of the box, charge, switch on and go" machine .
If your not that type of person then yes, the Deus is not for you.
I'm not in any way knocking you, as I know plenty of people the same, it's just a shame as the Deus is a very capable machine that (once learned) will give you many more variations than the one GMP on it's own, can give.
I am in no way knocking the GMP either, as it is a great machine too.
Just my thoughts tho, and good luck with your choice
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Many good machines out there and they are all different in so many ways, but at the end of the day its generally down to the machine user and how attuned he is to his machine, Liam