As I stated before I would love free advertising, but the point is what value is it when a third party does a test that has been in some way paid for, there can be no brutle honesty.
In the small world of snowmobiles, a magazine commented on how pleased they were with this years model improvement over last year turkey... but last year when tested the same model unit came out all thumbs up... So what value is a paid test to the readership.
Your right about the chicken and egg thing, they are in business, you must take care of your customers, I just thought (used to anyway ) that the reader was the customer. I think I'm paddling up stream here.
Airpacker- I understand that the propshaft hight to X height is about 7" shorter that the stock drive, and if that is so, that your blackhawk is a little too high. I'm still testing with the cool weather, could get you out this year still.