I agree with what your saying, but not your conclusion. The consequences of the "snap oversteer" in the wet will be FAR WORSE with a locked rear than a limited slip, and I base that on first hand experience. Do you have any experience driving cars with higher rear roll resistance(slapper bars/Cal-Tracs/ladder bars/split rear bones) lockers and limited slips in the rain? I do. If a limited slip equipped car gets loose in the wet, it will slip one tire, and be much easier to control than the car with a locker, based on first-hand experience. And no, your 50/50, 100hp cortina doesn't count here. Once the car with the locked rear starts to go, it will go hard and sudden, and it will be much harder to bring back into line than the car with the limited slip. Tell, you what Keryzll, if you ever get over here, I'll drive you to a nice big parking lot with nothing to hit, and you can see how well your road-racing theory applies. I'll bring a camera, it'll be a big hit on you-tube. I'm not gonna continue the pissing match. Keryzll can tell all you guys how safe the locker is on a wet road based on his experience driving his cortina, and yall can test his theory on your nose heavy, 400hp hot rods. Post video. Got the t-shirt. Honestly, never should have responded to this on the open forum, and Benno never should have posted the question on the HAMB. If you look through this thread, and discount the 4X4 experience, we have half a dozen guys with EXPERIENCE running lockers and spools in nose heavy, hot rod type cars and the consensus is pretty consistant, except for one guy, who is basing his conclusions on driving a Cortina on the street, and a corvette on road-racing circuits. Draw your own conclusions.