New to the forum and have some concerns regarding the Pro 73. I commute to downtown Chicago every night from Indiana and I have noticed that I get an awful amount of falses. I have a Whistler 1430 that I also use (I know it's old) but I think it detects well, but the range isn't there. This is the reason I bought the Pro 73 because I saw from the reviews that it was pretty good for the money. The route that I travel is the same everyday and I know the areas where false alerts are, along with the real ones, but for the most part the 1430 stays quiet but the pro 73 is whaling away for most of the commute. I have disabled POP to see if this would help to no avail. Should I just start to get use to the falses in certain areas to distinguish them from real alerts or is there another setting that might minimize the falses. In my honest opinion, I think City 2 mode is the way to go on the Pro 73 wherever you drive. I want to try and make the best of the Pro 73 but the old 1430 is winning this battle. In my town, I pass this intersection everyday and the Pro 73 alerts of X band and Ka band. Granted this intersection has a supermarket and several gas stations and a mini mall. The 1430 will alert to Ka band through this area also but never on X band like the Pro 73. Is the 1430 just that good at filtering? Same for the highway, Pro 73 gives numerous alerts to X band but the 1430 not once gives a X band signal. Any insight is appreciated.