Grammar aside, everyone has flatscreens, yes, we do too, they use up less space and less energy than the obsolete giant lump ones so it makes sense for a company to throw those out. Don't you have a flatscreen? Why not?
Maybe Scott could make a strip of Dilbert having to give up his flatscreen monitor, and then not fitting into his cublicle with the monitor the size of a blimp - but a screen the size of a stamp. Or maybe not, as I have published this idea already now.
Having been educated by the "hit and miss" method (and my teacher seldom missed when caning me) hasn't helped me to follow this comma debate too easily. Today, kids are considered High School level if they can end a sentence with a period. (If they start a sentence with an uppercase letter then they are at university level!)
This debate would be pure gobbledygook to most young readers today.