Where to start....the Bel got the farthest sniff and farthest detection c/o. That’s 1.4+ mi. (Bel) vs. 0.9-1.1 mi. (Max) This constant KA 35.5....all things equal. Total encounter from front and rear was 2.5 mi. Bel and 1.9 mi. Max....if you still following this get this, there is a possibility the GT360 got a sniff at 4 mi. That’s right, 4 mi. It was just a maybe 3 second warning but it was the proper band and frequency..... So with these unscientific encounter logged and verified by running back and forth twice while the officer remained in place there have been for me at least now some detailed behavior how a GT360 responds to threats @ 35.5 GHz. This is just a postage stamp of the review I will continue to up date with this same thread...and let me start by saying, I think it’s a hot detector of the platform...it is not quite as “refined” in how it responds to radar...it’s rather raw and seems like it’s in a hurry to get the initial warning out rather than process it many times over before deciding what to do with the signal...finally, a unit that has V1 type reporting philosophy with a more tame way of laying it out there for you...it doesn’t just timidly beep the glass overflowed, it sounds off even at a mile away and then tends to settle down as it sorts out the distance rather than my Max 360 which is very refined and tries to offer a distance judgement as the first display of the meter. I much prefer the urgent alarm first of the GT360 then it’s attemp to locate....I find the Max360 seemingly slowed down while it tries to process info to make a presentation to the user while the GT360 gets it out quicker....it doesn’t have all the options written in to the firmware and maybe that’s why it’s noticeably faster. I’m telling ya folks, of course the new hasn’t wore off yet, but I’m taking it over my R3 .....naturally over my Max360.....I’m gonna blow off the Max360c.... The Bel GT360 is a keeper for me....yes, it does respond different than the Max....but it does it quicker and I like the way it does it too....the arrows seem extremely stable to me as I pass by the location source for the radar. I experienced zero lockup’s of any kind....my 2-way radio RF power set off the lazer several times but never did it lock up....just cleared itself and back to work. More to follow. There will be more to follow and there will be updates as encounters accumulate over time....I have 8 KA encounters to date and will get more detail posted as the happen....I Like This Detector....I think I understand what the intentions of the engineers was the way it works and I like the choices they made. FOR ME, ITS A KEEPER.