\"full time\" transfer case Ok I have been doing some reading and want to clarify if I'm understanding how a NP203 full time T case works. First the hubs are always locked and turning regardless of the T case position. Now the T case has 5 positions hi loc, lo loc, neutral, hi and lo...now in hi loc and lo loc it acts just like any normal transfer case in that both front and rear axles get power regardless of slip. Now this is where I get confused...in the normal hi and lo range the T case acts like an open differential distributing power to both front and rear axle equally. But if one axle spins faster that axle gets more power just like an open diff? So in "normal" 4wd you are no better off than a part time 4wd rig running in 2wd? Am I corrct or is there something I'm missing?