Holy insane on the West-Side!
The wifey and I traveled out West, to Crocker Park, to get a gift-certificate for our nanny, this past weekend.
We were in the wifey's WRX, which has no countermeasures save my old Rev 5 x50, mounted high - hardwired for quick plug-in in her car, with the wiring totally concealed, and the SmartCord remote in the ashtray cubby:
^ It's actually usually mounted just a bit higher than this. This detector is taken, with the mount, on and off the windshield every time I use it in the wifey's car, as she doesn't like to have a detector.
I knew we should've taken my car, instead!
No, I didn't get a ticket - I knew that there'd likely be some enforcement on the particular stretch that I'll bring up in a second, so it was an "eye save," as I saw the "wolf pack" in front of me light-up its brakes ... but it would've been fun.
The stretch of I-90, westbound, both in Rocky River and Westlake, was literally INFESTED with enforcers this past weekend.
Almost all had customers, and the single one which did not, was actively scouting, via LIDAR - and if the WRX had been hit, I received no alert, from my high-mounted Rev 5 (but this is unlikely, as I'd pulled in to the main-flow, well-before I'd crested the hill, into enforcement line-of-sight).
Of course, the wifey made fun of me: "why didn't your detector go off?"