Take a look at the 9500 series, the Redline and the V1. They all have strengths and weaknesses but the majority
of your encounters are going to be the same amongst the three. The 9500 has GPS to cut down on Walgreens alerts, but it has to process more and can take longer to alert in some instances as a result. The Redline is more sensitive, but lacks the GPS, it is undetectable if you're planning on going through VA or to Canada anytime soon, one of the nice features is it can give you the frequency which allows you to identify the type of radar gun, which can help determining state local or county police. The V1 is equally sensitive but on slightly different frequencies, it is fast to alert, and has stellar range. The V1 like the others can tell you how many signals there are, and where they are. I've had great success with the V1 for the past 4 years, all will do the job but with different features strengths and weaknesses, and you need to choose the one with the features that are right for you. I proceed to give them the manufactures web addresses, and tell them to look for what features they want most, out of those 3 they will end up with a detector that will get the job done.