I am sure, if you are anything like myself, that at some point in your life, you have bought some tool that you thought was going to be great, and it failed you miserably. For example. The "Gator" socket was suppose to replace all of my socket needs. Now, what I have found in using it is that it IS good for certain things, but not for EVERYTHING! The tool itself was a great concept! A socket full of hardened pins to conform around whatever you are using it on. But I have found that it does tend to damage the heads of some bolts and screws (maybe soft metal?) and that it doesn't always get a good surface grip on the heads of others. Overall, it can come in handy for simple tasks, but I still would not depend on this for serious projects. Not that it is a bad product, just not what I was led to believe it was. Anybody else buy a tool thinking it was going to be "it" only to find "it" wasn't? Please post the experience. If nothing else you may save someone befuddled with advertising time and money.