Maytag Bravos vs. Bravos X
So, what do you think is the reason that Maytag's TL HE machines have 2 different drive systems? The Bravos are Direct Drive (Fisher-Paykal system, I think) and the Bravos X are belt drive. The Bravos X seem to be the lower to middle level machines, with the Bravos the mid to higher level (heater on the top of line 850 only). Why would I want one over the other, and why are they doing this to me?