While there have been posts about this detector scattered around within this site am I incorrect in believing that it has been tried and found wanting? Most who tried it seem to have returned it so has it been marginalized because of that? There doesn't seem to be any enthusiam for this new and unique idea of locking out false sites anymore. So then, the overall feeling is that it is a good idea that didn't quite work out?
What is the overall feeling here of the likelyhood of Escort taking the hint (from a rash of returns and/or knowledgeable users actually telling of their poor experiences) and tinkering with the software? If they do how will we know a new and improved version is out if they (Escort) will not acknowledge a problem in the first place??
I ask all these questions because I was one of those who thought this was the finest idea since sliced bread and was counting out my money to buy one UNTIL ...you guessed it, I started reading all these less than great experiences. As a result I am hanging back for something that may be improved. I live in Pa where it is not legal for city/township police to use radar. Only the state police can use radar period. As a result any alerts in towns or cities are usually false alarms. I personally have never seen a trooper using a door opener as "blind" to trap motorists. This is not to say it never happened. So, if I can lock out falses I can be about 100% sure there isn't a cop lurking in the vicinity.