Nowhere on their site does it mention it is immune to Spectre III detection. You would think the product that "mixes" the best of the 9500i and the 9500ci would at least take this from the ci. Makes me wonder if this was just another opportunity to milk us for money on a beefed up 9500i?
Also if you notice Cheetah offers free Trinity Database updates for life, whereas Escort is going to figure someway to charge us for what is free on other products.
On a personal note, I give Escort a "C -" in customer focus. It would be lower if it wasn't for the superb alerting form the 9500i. I have owned Cincinnati Micro products since the late 80's and for the first time may switch to the Cheetah and a V1. I am pissed as I ordered my 9500i from them exactly 35 days with the assurance I had “their best portable detector”. I was definitely duped and Escort will here from me tomorrow!