Ok, I've read every post I can find on front lockers. Here is my situation. I'm getting ready to rebuild my D60 up front. I am installing 4.56's, new inners, and probably new 35 spline outers with Warn hubs. My old axles are neck down inners and 30 spline outers. I need to choose a locker for up front. I'd appreciate opinions on the options. What you run, why you run it, where you run it, and would you change it. I don't do too much rock crawling, but on occasion I will. I mostly run trails in Nevada for exploration, hunting, and remote camping. I cross streams and rivers and occasional mud. Mostly though I am looking for reliabilty and simplicity. But, I am open to suggestion. I will throw down most of the lockers I know of and my current opinion, which is open to change. Detroit Locker - Pro, solid and reliable. Con, Hard to steer in tight quarters and not real trail friendly Electrac - Pro, limited slip when not engaged. Con, expensive and prone to damage up front on the cover. Unproven and rumors of design changes. Powertrax No Spin - Pro, Reasonable price, easy installation. Con, not as beefy as a Detroit. Powertrax Lockright - Pro, cheap and easy to install. Con, not as beefy as a Detroit. Ox Locker - Pro, cable activated so simple to operate. Con, unproven and company problems. Expensive. Auburn Limited Slip - Pro, reliable company. Good reputation for a limited slip. Con, springs wear and unit must be replaced. Not as positive engagement as a Detroit or Powertrax. Eaton Limited Slip - Pro, Good company reputation. Supposedly better engagement than Auburn. Con, still a limited slip. ARB Air Locker - Pro, option of turning on or off. Decent reputation. Con, expensive. Potential relilability issues with compressor and air lines.