I saw some of the other LI save threads here and thought I'd add my own.
Labor Day was a big enforcement day here in Ohio. I was driving from Cincinnati to Sandusky during the early morning on Labor Day and had three (yes, three!) different saves during just the "to" portion of the trip...
Save 1 occurred on I-75 North just north of exit 44 (the Dayton Mall exit). I was doing +10 PSL at the time when I saw the LEO (perpendicular headlights in median + 6 AM = LEO) in the median just before where a small stretch of construction starts. I slowed down as soon as I saw him (around 2000 feet out) and about a second later my Redline and LI went off. I shut the LI off immediately and went on my way, so this situation was pretty straightforward.
Save 2 occurred about a half hour later. I was driving on I-75 North just past exit 74 near Troy. I was doing between +10 and +15 PSL when my Redline and LI went off again. I got down to the PSL and turned off the LI. It was still dark, but usually the LEO's vehicle is pretty easy to spot if you're alerted by the LI. Not this time. It took me at least a half mile before I finally reached his position. He was sitting in the median right where the big cement divider finally ends (as you're going north). I was the only one driving on that stretch of road at the time which made me a pretty easy target, but shooting from >2500 ft?? Can they even give you a ticket shooting that far out?
Save 3 occurred about two hours after save #2. I was driving on State Route 6 near Fremont (where State Routes 6, 19 and 53 come together along with US Route 20). There's a state highway patrol office on that stretch and I know that LEOs are pulling in and out of that office all the time but have never seen one using that location to run speed enforcement...until then. No sooner did I come over the hill doing +10 PSL when I get another Redline/LI tag team alert (the LEO was shooting from around 1500 ft.). I slowed down to the PSL and turned the LI off. I drove by him and he was already shooting at other cars so it didn't even look like I made his radar (no pun intended!).
On a little sidenote...we were driving back home on this same trip and we saw a BIG speedtrap setup about 30 miles north of Columbus on I-71. We saw four different LEOs in a half mile stretch, three that were already with customers and a fourth set up in the median waiting to rejoin the party. I realize that times are lean with a lot of these municipalities and states, and perhaps it's just me, but it seems like I've been seeing a lot more LEOs out on Ohio roads within the last few months. I'm just glad that I've got the Redline and LI to help counter these cash-strapped entities and the LEOs that accompany them.