Not that it matters, 'cause I can't afford it anyway, but I heard an opinion from someone that high pinion reverse rotation diffs, like Currie's high pinion 9 inch and DynaTrack's high pinion reverse rotation D60/44 combo are more prone to oiling problems when driven at higher speeds for long distances. ie: when used on the road as a daily driver. They work great off road where the speed is slow and distances short, but if you used them in a daily driver you'd have oiling (and therefore wear) problems. Does anyone have any direct experience with this? Is it true?