Man...I gotta say it was worth every penny spent. The clutch has really good grip, so much more so than my tired old OEM clutch that was in there before. Only thing is, since it's got a kevlar pressure plate, there's a warning that says I can't do high rpm shifts until after the 500 mile break-in period, or I might fuck up the seating of the pressure plate to the flywheel. So for now I have to go gentle on it. Speaking of the flywheel, don't ever let anyone dissuade you from shelling out the $200 for an ACT Prolite 8.8lb flywheel. It's worth every penny and more. Jesus, it's like it revs so much more freely now, and shifts are slightly quicker, in terms of dropping into the next gear. The clutch action feels so damn good. It's making it very difficult not to rev the hell out of the engine, but I definitely don't want to fuck up the pressure plate, so I'm gonna try to get these 500 miles behind me as soon as possible. Bottom line: Clutchmasters makes a very nice clutch for the money (Ebay) and the ACT Prolite flywheel is fricking awesome.