Only those who have suffered through a poor performing toilet can appreciate how wonderful a good one is. I'm guessing that Dennis is among these people. My father was an advocate of the Cadet, I never really gave it much thought. When I built my first house, I put in cadet 2s on his advice and they worked as expected. It didn't seem like a big deal. Then I bought a vacation place and added a bathroom. I grabbed a cheap "low flush" toilet but it never worked right. Plumbing was new, no code or vent issues. I could watch the flush though the upstream clean out. I refereed to it as the low chance of flushing anything toilet. It used a lot of water and required people be instructed on it's operation. It has been recently discontinued and I look forward to smashing it. I now sing the praises of my cadet 3's.
Only those who have suffered through a poor performing toilet can appreciate how wonderful a good one is.
I'll second this.
Most definitely!! This house had low-flow toilets from the early '90s ... They were AWFUL. I mean, dreadful. The Champion wasn't even a slight hesitation - when my wife says 'go pick up two Champions and put them in. Now.' I know it's serious!