I think you suffer greatly from misunderstanding semantics. Opinions can't be true or false - unless the opinion is given falsely in order to misdirect. The very nature of an opinion is that it is what one believes to be true. The conviction behind the opinion can be true or false, or more likely somewhere in between.
Maybe they are selling the batters simply for mice and keyboards, and the thinking is that the Ni-MH is good enough for those? I only have to recharge my mouse about once a month, and my keyboard just a few times a quarter as-is. Just a thought? (i'd actually like to see built in rechargeable li-poly in the magic mouse and a port to plug-in to charge, but maybe that's crazy)
Not being from the US I assumed premiums would increase proportionally based on healthy/unhealthy lifestyle choices? Wouldn't that adjust for this ?Not to hijack this thread however. If something like this were proven to actually make people healthier the government could subsidize it with saved healthcare money (that's coming from a socialist Canadian viewpoint!)