Well, I read through all of RadarRoy's website and some posts on these forums. I'm looking for a decent radar/laser-detector (aren't we all)
My environment: PA & NY hills. I drive through hills, state parks etc. I live in NY, work in PA, have a big car (Buick Park Avenue) and got pulled over once in my life in NY on the way to Buffalo (Stalker Dual or something).
I try to be good and detect the weasels visually but they are finding out I have to drive to work daily and I regularly do more than the 35&45mph limits through state park because the limits are plainly too low (long straight pieces, some sharp curves, a lot of rocky hills on both sides without any chance of deers jumping off the cliff).
They usually stand right after a big rock or in a place concealed by lots of trees and recently one probably just was able to get a pre-emptive reading on me after which I was able to slow down by the time he came back in range (cars from the other side saved me).
I still drive safely (under 75mph) but I am used to driving in Europe and keep my car safe (which is important because I got fined once because my 4wd went in the ditch after the brakes failed).
So, what are your experiences with lots of rocks, hills and trees, low but broad 6-person car (very low by the ground, but lots of shiny places to tag) and sneaky law enforcement. I don't care if it gives a false reading once in a while, I do that visually too but it has to be decent. I would like to keep the price under $300 but still have a good product. I sometimes take long trips to bigger cities (like Buffalo, Rochester etc.) but it's not as big of a deal there because traffic is too dangerous to speed for me.
According to RadarRoy the BEL 65PRO is a good thing but if I read here on the forums a lot of people like the Express too and there are a lot of contrasting reports in out-of-lab situations. I won't have a lot of false readings I think because I just live in an area where there is not a lot of things that can interfere (we can't even get broadband internet here, it's that bad).