I just got an email from Husqvarna asking me to take the "Ethanol Challenge". Some sort of contest where you win equipment tied with educational videos of things you should know about Ethanol and how it isn't good for hand held equipment. I agree it's not good for our handhelds. I've had more than one fuel line deteriorate from using gas with ethanol. But, here's my gripe, instead of all the handheld manufacturers whining and blaming all their woes on Ethanol Gas why don't they make their equipment with Ethanol resistant parts? Apparently cars don't have this problem, at least not to the extent that handhelds do. I mean, ethanol has been around for almost 3 decades. I remember trying some in our families 79 Plymouth. If I had to guess, I'd say that it's here to stay, like it or not, so why not adjust to it and make your equipment compatible with it?