Ok, one exception, mp rotators do own me but lets face it hunter had no oversight in the design of that product. I have just grown to loathe pgp and my complaints continue to grow. I hate that terrible adjustment tool and how it will warp with any resistance from the gear drive. On quarterly services and adjustments I can always count on one style of head being a leaker and that is the pgp(in many cases it just flat out bleeds right through the threaded connection after a year or two). Again, pgp is a pain to do quarterly service to because of it's unbelievably slow rotation rate and I feel obligated to make sure they all cycle through a forward and backward rotation before moving on to troubleshoot the next zone. Theoretically I know it's probably a plus to have such a controlled slow rotation rate, but it bugs the hell out of me when im in a hurry and just because it moves to one stop sure as heck doesn't mean it's going to make it back to the other without freezing up. I could go on and on about the bulky style which hasn't changed at all, the rubber top that notoriously pops up and comes unseated after a few adjustments. I digress, the pgj is adequate and useful but not a regular in my stock. As I said earlier, I do love MP but I give hunter absolutely no credit on this (but I do admit they seem very wise to have bought out walla walla). Mp was likely a great business decision by hunter, not so sure about the fx buy.