If you happen to live in the Orange/Seminole County area of Central Florida, near Orlando and wish to experience real world encounters with L.E.O.s using Ka-Band radar and UltraLyte 20/20 laser speed detection there are several areas where you stand a good chance of doing so as of February, 2013. For all areas the best times are between 10:00 P.M. and 2:00 A.M. Friday and Saturday nights are probably best but heavy enforcement may occur on any night of the week. First Up: (Most active as of 02/5/13): UCF Blvd. from Alafaya Trail (State Road 434) to the 417 Toll Road. Map: http://binged.it/124g4iv What you may encounter: Orange County, Florida Deputy Sheriffs in unmarked and marked Chevy Impalas using C/O Ka-Band radar mainly on 34.7 Ghz. Second Choice: Aloma Ave. (State Road 426) at Henkel Circle (Map: http://binged.it/14Wv7Ps) or just east of Lakemont Ave (Map: http://binged.it/124jx0y). in Winter Park, Florida. What you may encounter: Winter Park city police using either and occasionally both I/O Ka-Band radar mainly on 34.7 Ghz and/or UltraLyte 20/20 laser. Both front and rear laser shots are used and even two police cars side by side with one officer using radar and the other laser. They will withhold fire until the approaching vehicle is only a couple of hundred yards away. Third Choice: Mitchell-Hammock Road from State Road 426 to Alafaya Trail (State Road 434) to McCulloch Road. Map: http://binged.it/XYSTmF What you may encounter: Oviedo, Florida, city police using mainly C/O Ka-band. Occasionally same agency using I/O K-Band (may no longer be in use, last observed almost one year ago.) Notes: A radar detector with frequency display and a laser jammer which announces the make and model of the laser gun make for more useful observation/testing.