TinMan wrote:Why? Because as per your calculations: If there are two units in a building, they should have 3 flat screen monitors, right?
You make a fair point. But is that the reason (i.e. not enough monitors in the guidelines) why someone in mprusse's ward wants to donate more monitors or have they not even reached the number of monitors in the guidelines yet? And if the guidelines aren't adequate for the needs of the average building then, by all means, let's send a clear message back "through the appropriate channels" to get the guidelines changed! It's not as if the scriptures dictate the size and number of TVs in the building. So I have no problem questioning this particular guideline and suggesting changes if necessary.
Earlier this year, on these very forums, we were arguing about how, according to the policy which was on lds.org at the time, we weren't allowed to have TVs larger than 25 inches. I made a somewhat blunt demand (using the feedback link on the page at lds.org) that the web page be scrapped immediately because it was so out-of-date. I didn't pay close attention to the follow-up but, within a few weeks, I happened to notice the updated page (for which I provided a link in my earlier post) which said that the smallest monitors should be 26 inches and that 47-inch monitors were okay. So please provide feedback (through your ward and stake leaders) if A) You haven't yet received the gear you should have and B) if having that gear still isn't enough. They need to know what's working and what isn't.