Has this been discussed before? I was thinking about all the emphasis placed on levelling your jammer heads for optimal performance. But think about this; what happens when you get an alert? You immediately decelerate, often times quite rapidly. This often results in your front end nosing down. Of course, when you nose down, so do your jammer heads. If you've seen IR cam vid of jammer heads, you can see how much their beam fluctuates as the vehicle travels down a road, with the suspension rocking the front end up and down, same as your headlights do.
So the question is, how much do you think this may contribute to your chances of getting punched through? It seems like the difference may be quite significant, cutting the efficacy of your jammers by half or more. So, when hit by laser, might it not be a safer bet to attempt a slower, more gradual deceleration, maintaining level jammer heads and maximum protection, rather than jamming on the brakes and losing significant protection from misalignment?
If so, maybe one of the manufacturers will pick up the ball and work on some gyro stabilised heads.
Remember, technology is only half the battle. You cannot trust the whole battle to half of the solution. The rest is intelligent tactics.