I put the uniforce on our 40 ft 1895 last fall and planted 2500 acres, mostly in bean stubble. Conditions were fair with a little moisture, but drying out as the planting season went on. I was happy with the seed placement, even in areas where we pulled an old fence and leveled with a blade. The stand was coming pretty even considering the conditions. We then received .75 inches and everything was perfect. Without the rain I felt we would have still had a good stand. It is always hard to evaluate these add ons for planting equipment. Rain is always the great equalizer. I suspect the uniforce will have times when it shines more than others with the highest probability being late spring when the ground is drying out and rains become less likely, ie flower and millet planting in june(I live in central south Dakota). Most planter accessories show improvements that are hard to tell without seed stand counts, but on occasion can make a difference between failure and success. Right or wrong I felt strongly enough to put the uniforce on our other 1890 this winter.