My Remington Travel-Riter from 1952 is a machine that I keep wanting to fault. It is small, but types like a giant. It is rusty, dull, and rattles… but the key’s and all the critical parts are smooth and flawless in execution and motion. The only thing lower in price for this machine would be free. Every thing works so well… that it would be the only machine I would ever need if I weren’t vain and shallow and wanting more features and polished paint. This Travel-Riter looks well traveled and it has traveled well. A great tool… some times plain is just what you need.