I’m in the Ozarks and this was KA band from a good distance...wanna guess how far?.....well, you don’t have to because I had set my trip OD just for such an opportunity and it paid off!....I put about 100 mi on it today looking for as much data as possible to share here and for my own info because I could send it back and buy a Max360c but I’m not sure I need WiFi really, not at least for the sake of updates. I have no problem using one of a dozen PCs I have laying around that need a purpose. Anyways, back to the encounter....In AR we have Highway Control and Highway Police....the Police use lots of K band and the Patrol boys use KA....this was 34.6 KA and I believe it was Highway Patrol....he was so sneaky but he got pointed out literally!....The terrain made this a great test...I first got my alert when I was climbing a large hill as this was newer 4 lane road and I shouldn’t have to explain the terrain with trees and all,, most difficult for a RD unit to deal with. So as I climb this hill I wasn’t getting headlights flashed at me which is unusual but I thought maybe folks wasn’t from around here (more on that in a few) so, again I’m climbing this rather long hill and had the mind to set my OD for distance to target cause I figured he was right over the hill. Guess what? At the top of the hill was a long gradual sweeping CURVE! And I’m thinking “no way” my R3 might not have done this good but I’m keeping my eye on the meter and now my rear meter is starting to come up....I’m getting really excited now cause I don’t see him, how odd. On down thru the curve and now straight again there is an exchange with a underpass and that’s where both meters came together full strength and that copper is on the exit ramp on the other side (oncoming) so that if he nails ya he can go under the bridge and jump up on the entrance ramp to come up behind you and pull you over, you would never see him!.....be the has nailed quite a few and THAT explained why no one was flashing their headlights to warn (this is common around here) but this GT360 had him quite a way off....I was gonna flip around and do it again but he was gone by the time I got to the next exit and back around...if you guys are still with me I will sum it up now below. I’m sorry for the long story but here’s the short version.....my first alert was at 1.2 miles away and to be honest I did turn around to see if I could reproduce it but he was gone. I then retraced it from memory and logged it at 1.1 miles so there it is....really it was almost 1+1/4 mi. I can’t really see much more warning distances being exponentially beneficial in this terrain. My conclusion/opinion and all is that so far, this is a 5 star radar detector....6 stars if it shakes out like I think it might.....K band remains unknown along with a few nit-picks but that price?....like Vortex said....it won’t last.