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  1. Hi guys, I'm a long time g-scaler who has adopted the aristo revo system in mid 2009. I've really enjoyed the simple installations and operations. I have jumped on the new revo with diesel sounds and will be installing this in one of my alco diesels. Just so you guys know where I'm coming from on this, I've used the Phoenix 2K2, LGB digital sound, and Sierra sound systems with good results. I am expecting that for a hundred bucks or so, I'm getting diesel sounds that will be on par with the bachmann big hauler steam sound. In other words, not prototype specific sounds, but sort of a roar roar sound to go along with a triggerable horn and bell. That's all my 5 year old is going to care about, anyway! If you guys are interested, I can keep you posted on my opinions and findings. It is not my goal to influence any of you, so if I get all excited, please don't take that as anything but that: excited. Mark