Hey guys, I was wondering if you could help me with something. I get asked really often about whether or not it's safe to run a RD behind tint trips, frits (those dots on the windshield), heated windshields, etc. I'd like to do a video not only explaining, but also illustrating the impacts those things could have, when they will and when they won't. An easy way to test this out for yourself is to find some radar source like a door opener or whatever (I'd imagine it'd be preferable to find a weaker source that's not maxing out your detector), and see if the signal strength changes if you have the RD behind the area in question (ie. windshield) versus when you move it somewhere else (ie. stick it out your window). I'd love to have a few clips of different people trying this out so we could see examples of both when it is an issue and when it's not. So for you guys who have some sort of windshield that affects radar detectors (certain Teslas, Range Rovers, etc.), as well as those of you who don't, could you test it out and post a clip up here so we could all see your results? Oh, one last note.. make sure your RD is always pointed in the exact same direction. Since it's gonna be less sensitive off-axis, we'd want to make sure it's the windshield that's reducing the detector's performance and not the orientation of the detector.