Just finished a roundtrip Dever to Dallas and back down highway 287 which was mostly out in the middle of nowhere where PSL was 75mph. Travel time was through the middle of the night so traffic was rather lite most of the time except for at the end of the first leg and the start of the return leg. Used my Max360, Waze, and Escort Live while maintaining a steady 5-9mph > PSL. In those ~1800 miles I received about 12 direct Ka hits mostly where the PSL drops 30+ going through little ****ty towns and a few outside of towns when the PSL picks back up. Three detections were full power I/O directly up the tailpipe with zero advanced warning from either the Max360, Waze, or Escort Live. Had I been going much faster than 5-9 > PSL they would have been surefire tickets coming my way. On those there were some vehicles about a mile ahead but I didn't get any reflections off of them. A few really good advanced detections of Texas DPS who like to shoot I/O over small hills and entrance ramps. The rest of the detections were C/O police either camping outside of town or blending in traffic. Overall I was happy with the performance of the Max360 and the arrows are very useful to determine where the threat is coming from. One of those I/O detections from the front was very last minute and should have been picked up much farther out as at that point many vehicles were in front of me. I am left curious about the R3 and if it would have picked up some of those much sooner. Another takeaway is that when you get out of the major cities both Waze and Escort Live are utterly useless. There was a total of 1 Waze alert of an upcoming threat and I never saw him or got a radar alert from the detector. While I did mark every radar encounter on Waze so that maybe someone behind me could benefit from it, it was obvious no one else on that route ahead of me was using Waze much less Escort Live.