As u know, i'm in HK and all they have are multanova's which offer very very little warning time, and u really do need a narrow band 34.3ghz detector.
Carlos & NVR2FAST in particular will understand what i'm saying here.
So i was driving on the highway.....doing 120 km/h in a 80 zone, and my RD goes off, but i did not slow down since i knew it was the fixed photo box (birdcage) on the opposite side of the road. Just as i was almost about to go past the radar, still i did not slow down. SUddenly my V1 did that "dee da doo" sound and the bogey count increased to "2".
I was so surprised, then i braked immediately. My arrows lighted up front and back, meaning there was another radar up ahead. I was really shocked since there is never a radar at that point.
Up ahead, under a bridge i see a multanova on the roadside, pointing in same direction as traffic, and i had plenty of time to slow down. Had i still been using my X50, i may have just not slowed down thinking it was just the alert from the radar on the opposite side!
This is the first time i've ever encountered two multanova's at the same time, coz u hardly situations like this in HK.
For those in HK who might know where i'm talking about, Route 1. coming back from new territories, heading towards kowloon on that long staight stretch near Prince of Wales hospital, there is the orange bird cage hidden just next to the trees, then up ahead there is place where the traffic joins in from "siu lek yuen".
I never thought the bogey counter would ever be useful for me but today it saved me!