I was just responding to another post and I realized, you there has been very little if any testing of falsing. It seems to be the common mantra that the x50s false less than the V1s, but I've never seen a concrete test of this.
In my own experience, I live close to a road in ohio that had exactly 3 door opener falses on it. 2 K band and 1 xband. Two years ago when I bought my v1, I was annoyed with the constant falsing, and after reading opinions by folks like Radarboy on epinions, I decided to send back the V1 and try an 8500 (not x50 back then). Well I was very very dissapointed to find that the 8500 falsed at exactly all three of the same locations. However, the 8500 seemed a bit less annoying or noticeable because it kicked on the automute after a few beeps.
So, I sent back the 8500 and re-ordered V1. I had grown accustomed to the arrows, and with all the moving radar used in our area I thought... especially at night that the arrows would be a lifesaver.
But I digress.
Happya$$ and I talked once about doing a proper test under semi-controlled conditions to test falsing, but we never ended up doing this. I'd like to try a V1, a X50 and an Rx65 on the same stretch of road in my area and see if there is any difference in falsing. I think this test could be one of the more important tests done, as it would put to rest this issue of which detector is better/worse in this regard.
I have a V1, I can get my hands on an X50 (my father bought one on my recommendation) however I don't have an Rx65. Happy, if you'd like we can get together to test/fim this sometime soon. If anyone in the Cleveland area has an RX65 or would like to send us one for this test, please let us know.