I went to my supplier to get some Millennium Ultra and found it not on the shelf. I could have got the 2.5 gal jug for 129.00 I don't spray alot but I need to restock. He had a 2.5 gal bottle of Speedzone on the rack and said it was a new product for him to stock. I see it is similar to Millennium Ultra but lower in percentage with active ingredients. I also see it (Speedzone) has Carfentrazone-ethyl. I did a search and read opinions form the past but how about up to now. I have KY blue/red fescue/rye cool season mix up here in Wisconsin. I am looking for opinions from those of you that have used it in my type of climate. Our weed pressure in the fall is mostly dandelion with lots of ivy and clover mixed in. There are others but these are the big 3 that people complain about. I've been to the wbesite, read the lable and msds. I have read that the upper limit of mix should be used. I'm calibrated to spray about 35 gals per acre with the Millennium at 1.00 oz per gal. I have heard it is better to use a sticker with the Speedzone, is it true? I have a non-ionic sticker that I have used with good results in the past. I will do a jar test but once again, did anyone have luck with a sticker? Any other good or bad, let us know.