I know others have said that you will be hit with POP once in a couple million times. However, the truth is real depending on areas where POP is used specially with the 16 msec burst. The fact is that most RD's won't trigger an alert with the 16 msec burst and you will never know that you got hit by POP until you get nailed with IO.
I have been using the Z35 for about a week now and wanted to share some findings. Aside from being stealth, it can clock speeds at an average distance of 0.25 to 0.3 mile and sometimes farther depending on the size and aerodynamics of the vehicle. The bigger and non-aerodynamic the vehicle, the farther the clocking distance. What's interesting about it is that, there is nothing you can do to defend your self even when using a rabbit when the operator has a good spot to hide where he can nail you at close range. Being a handheld unit makes it very flexible for use and match more accurate becasue you can point it to the target vehicle with better precision than fixed radar mount systems.
It can be true that we may not encounter POP at all but the fact is the 16 msec burst is not detectable by most RD's and even my X50 and V1 was silent at close range. 5 feet to be exact in front of the RD.
My conclusion is that POP is real and deadly. It cannot be taken for granted.
Here is a quick demo performed by jmbonzzz.