Greg, I wasn't clear on what I was referring to, on the impossibity of red lighting on a .400 full tree. The typical Comp car that is set up for max. ET. There is an awful lot of carry on to max the ET vs. quick reaction set up, as in the Super catagories. Along with max. stagger, slipping clutches and any loose chassis set up, the Comp car suffers from it's design to react fast enough to the .400 tree and red light. There will always be exceptions......by and large the above scenario should prevail as an improvement in reducing red lights and anything that can be done to accomplish that, is a much needed step. I do agree with you on the "getting used to it" and then what next? I still feel there would be fewer red lights, once the get used to it part sets in. Overall there will be slower RT.