Ok, so I've been thinking about this lately, probably due to some off-axis issues I've noticed with detector placement in the vehicle. It seems to me that when checking detection in off-axis configuration in a test, that the detector should not be rotated INSIDE the car, but that the entire vehicle should be rotated, with the detector in its usual spot. This would mimic more 'real world' scenarios. I've seen many of the test shots where the detector was moved about on a 'compass template'.
I do a lot of desert driving and there are places where the road is straight as an arrow for miles, then a bend of perhaps 35 degrees and straight again. I'd like to know that an approaching LEO opposite direction that is still on the other "leg" can be picked up.
Just an idea.... comments?