@essextee I've had 4 MBs with this, no issues on any. Probably more of a maker thing than a feature thing. MB might work too well, it can be actuated with the touch fo a finger, so when cleaning the car, you'll want to keep the keys in the car, or lock/unlock the car 100 times.
@barnie never had an issue with any HF hard tool I’ve bought. Only tool that’s broken is a ratcheting wrench, and it had a lifetime exchange policy anyways so I just stopped in, swapped, and was on my way. Skip the jack stands.
Great gifts come with a price. He was a sharp man who did some really great stuff a while ago. Had a good team with him. I was there for the Norton/McAfee struggles for DOS then Winders utility supremacy. Both odd people (I've seen them at conventions). Norton was much quieter but no less driven. McAfee sure went off the rails when he was out of work with his mint. RIP, John.
@tysmagic I've been pretty damn good but sometimes I just need stupid little things that I don't really feel like figuring out where to get them. My last purchase before the detailing kit was some cable management grommets so my phone and Cobb Accessport cables wouldn't be annoying the crap out of me in my car.
@zipfuel Elyria Ohio. Right on I 80. The next night near Philadelphia a hooker tried to pick me up. She turned out to be the Motel cleaning lady the next morning. That whole work trip was full of stories. Almost got attacked by a huge white tail buck in Valley Forge.
I quit doing travel work 2 years ago. I got a bit to old for all the excitement.
After you mentioned the Control SL not specced on the Pro, I figured I could use my current Nobl wheelset with the DTSwiss 180s. I just realized I'd have to convert the freehub driver from Hyperglide to Microspline for however many hundreds of $.
[james may voice] great news! the freehub is less than $100, so not awful, but obviously not free