I had put a set of points in one of my old cars the other day and was checking the dwell when my son-in-law came over and asked me what I was doing. He had no clue. He'd never used a dwell meter, and had never seen one used. Now he's no dummy, he works on rental equipment for a living. Scissor lifts, genie booms, generators etc. He's had the motor apart in his late model truck, replacing the VVT lifters and reprogramming the computer to delete the MPH limit and some other things, none of which I can do. It just struck me as funny that somebody that can do the things he does never learned something as basic as a dwell meter. I'm sure most of us had to learn this at sometime in our past, but it amazes me there is a whole generation that never needed to learn it. So I was just curious, how many people on the HAMB have managed to Hot Rod and never had the need for a dwell meter? I'd really like to know how many can use one and properly check a dual point distributor?