I wanted to explain how and why Me and Dj set up the test course for our testing today. The purpose of the test was to show the performance of each detector in a real world, difficult to detect scenario, that you could easily encounter in your daily commute. Due to the performance of each detector (miles of alert in open areas) and limited testing area we wanted a test that was as real world as possable. Our intention was to make a course very simular to how you would find a LEO set up in your city. We decided the best way was to set-up a over the hill scenario that all units would find difficult to detect, but not so big a hill as to completely block the signal from all units. We came up with a 1/2 mile course that included a corner, then a hill and the Radar source approx 1000 feet beyond the hill. Some points I would like to make are this. This is a spot I have seen real LEO's shoot 35.5 from. The target vehicle was not being clocked until approx 775 feet from the radar guns, so any alert of more than 775 feet was the time you would have to get down to PSL. The radar guns were fixed and not moved the entire test of all units. This course was set up as a level playing field for all units. It took the most part of the whole day to run each unit 3 times on 34.7 and 35.5. Some people donated rd'd (my friends) 995 and 955 and the use of the guns. We were not paid and all the units were blind purchases with the exception of one Michael B sent us to test last minute. The 955 and 995 were purchased by me and given to my g-friends son earlier this year. I counted 12 different radar detectors tested in this comparison. Dj has alot of data and video to edit and on top of that has a family matter to deal with so please be patient, he will post results as soon as he can.