HarryH3, looks like your the only one that has one, or only one who has one and comments on it! I see you mention about getting one wheel up in the air being a problem. Rarely happens for me, but when it does, I'd like the axle to still do some work. From reading, apparently lightly applying the brake will transmit torque to the ground wheel, but between everything else going on when you are in a situation with a raised wheel, easing into the brake does not sound like something I want to deal with. What's your input on how much of a hassle that caused? (stopped dead in your tracks? etc.) Looking at the very real possibility of replacing the gov-lock in my 14SF, can't even find for certain that you can get the Torsen for the 9.5" axle. From their site no, but it looks kind of dated. No idea who'd sell them. Eaton posi was looking good, but the price is $650 where I can find it! I know there are other locking diff's out there, but with no personal experience with them, I really can't make an informed personal opinion. My main concern is snow, and with my experiences the last few years, I really need something that is extremely mild and consistent when it's applied (the less felt lockup the better) but still gives solid traction with say one wheel up. I know an actual limited slip diff probably won't meet that criteria, but on the other hand, it is consistent and smooth in operation.