I have to question why WW would feature this two year old article. Most dispensaries go downhill, as soon as they're reviewed...how is one to rely on ancient reviews? What I'm looking for is a dispensary which regularly tests and posts results of those tests with it's products.
Another interesting notion would be to have quarterly followups on the highest rated dispensaries, just to make sure those great ratings didn't go to their heads, so to speak. Of this much I'm fairly confident: Dispensaries that want to stay in business will have to step up their games (most of them, anyway).
Inconsistent product quality, unfathomable pricing structures and gimmicky promotions mean, even if a customer buys some product, he/she won't be back. I can name at least ten dispensaries off the top of my head whose doorsteps I'll not darken, again, after being burned.
MMJ may be in its infancy, but it's no newborn. Where are the scientists, agriculturalists and horticulturalists in the industry?
William, I wouldn't know a trichrome from Kodachrome...those things are for the professionals. Just tell me where the best bud in town can be procured! Surely there must be a few places where "top shelf" means more than where the jars sit in a display case!!
One last thing...some of the ignorant among us wouldn't mind LEARNING about the things about which you talk, in your reviews. Would it kill you to explain some of the things about which you speak? I've learned a lot about wine, over the years...why should pot be any different?
Keep up the good work!