1) On the 35' of the road angle shots the LEO got the majority of his punchthroughs aiming at the roof (there was a slope that exposed a big surface). He ONLY did this for the 35' of the road angle shots.
2) Even though we saw punchthroughs dont forget that some of the jammers gave the driver MORE THAN ENOUGH time to slow down. Is this not what a jammer is supposed to do?
3) Lets give the jammer companies credit for steping up to this DIFFICULT challenge. This was NOT in ANY WAY, SHAPE, OR FORM an easy test and presented the absolute WORST case scenario. Laser Veil and a Laser Shield would have done WONDERS to eliminate the long distance punchthroughs (I would say anything over 600' but would have done nothing to eliminate the roof shot punchthroughs). Next year we will also use a tripod and might go back to the taping through the HUD display
4) These type of difficult tests will only motivate companies to make improvements in their product.
5) Angle shots are REAL WORLD so straight on shot tests should be a thing of the past
6) We ALL do this as a hobby so lets all keep this in mind. It is OK to have an opinion as long it does not sway your results
7) On the Lidatek jammer anything under 5 seconds is considered a punchthrough. On the LT400 anyhting under 10 seconds is considered a punchthrough
8) For the most part as the angle increased so did the punchthroughs
9) Stealthjamal is NOW KNOWN as PTJ (Punch Through Jamal) and RacerX knows how stealthy my Civic is and does not stand a chance! He admitted this to me