Wow! Lot of info since the last time I dropped by. First off GrayCobra - That Fuzzbuster pic posted above is a detector, not a jammer. I've never used a jammer in my life. Additionally, the following statement you made, "IMHO, Radar Guns do not help you avoid traffic tickets. They might help you avoid a really bad wreck up ahead. Did you mean to say Radar Detectors or Radar Guns? Do you think cops should leave their radar turned on at accident scenes so those of us with detectors will have advance warning of possible trouble up ahead? If that was the intention of your statement, then yes I fully agree. I've actually witnessed that before on occasion. Not sure if it was done on purpose or intentionally. Now if I take your statement above to mean radar detectors do not help in avoiding traffic tickets, then I disagree. As an educated "end user" of a radar detector I fully understand the laser warning in my V1 is usually nothing more than a "YOUR BUSTED" alert. Yes I've picked up a few laser warnings from a scattered beam or two while riding in a pack, but there really is no combating it unless you want to fork out the money for a jamming unit. From what I read it's still legal for civilians to jam laser because it's light and not electromagnetic in nature (radar). So radar jammers are illegal, while laser jammers are not. I have never witnessed any of the laser jammers in person, but tests show they do work in some scenarios. As for my V1, and all the other radar detectors I've owned over the years, they have saved me over and over again. Radar detectors serve a purpose and when used with a little common sense work remarkably well. U.M.