Considering Radenso Pro Se in my area to combat very, very deadly 35.5Ghz Ka usage. Getting very annoyed even using LNA's and getting last second responses to the 35.5Ghz threats. I mean they are saves on the 9500ix, the Uniden LRD950, and V1 but they are not anything to be proud of anymore, and honestly I am getting to a point where if I lose much more ground that save is going to turn into a citation. Not good. Hopefully soon I will have one of these in my arsenal once I get back to work here fighting kidney stones at the present moment and get a few pennies coming back in. Tired of fighting this loosing battle with 35.5Ghz ka. Does anyone know for sure if this can actually help in this regard. I mean yeah yeah yeah their website says so and alleged consumer based testers. Though whom is to say they aren't paid off by some under the weather company to say such things. So does anyone out there have any personal stories perhaps in the real world, out there in the battlefield to tell, or perhaps sway me here? I also don't care for the fact that a Radenso Pro Se does not, and I say again DOES NOT have a rear Lidar antenna. With lidar becoming that much more prevalent to an alarming rate really, and also becoming far more common to the rear. So not having a rear antenna for lidar seems to me a pitfall. A big one too. Not that it always works but I have certainly picked up scatter with bel/scort products and V1 to my rear in the past... So anyone got anything good out there? Please share.