As much as I love the 9500ix I purchased a few weeks ago (big upgrade from the cheap-o ones I've used in the past) I realized a bit too late that I bought the wrong one. I do a lot of driving on US60/84 between New Mexico and Lubbock, Texas and there aren't many falses, and are no speed cams. The only red light cameras in Albuquerque they are now going to remove. Had I known about the Redline I would have purchased it instead, unfortunately for me I got the top one at Best Buy which happened to be the 9500ix. I guess the best I can do now is wait until I'm stationed somewhere in a bigger city so the 9500ix can shine. I've had a few saves with the 9500ix on 60/84 with Ka band stalker radar, but the range was just enough for me to slow down in time (too close for comfort). The drive is mostly straight but has a few curves and hills here in there, which is where I slow down. The more I read about the Redline the more I realize how much I screwed up! Does anyone know if there has been any scientific testing done with the Redline? I've found test results on GoL and other websites for almost every other detector out there. I guess the Redline is just too new or I'm missing them.