I have written this page because I know that some people out there don't want to know what their product is best for.
There are 3 products for more agility. I list them below in a separate page. 1 - The 3 Core-specific product for more agility These products have 3 main points of value: 1) their components and materials can be used in many other products; 2) the component is a very strong one, and there is no way they could be modified; 3) if they are modified the product would be much weaker. For instance, you can modify the components of this product using one of the following: - A tool like a hand drill, and a 1/8" socket (about 1/8" diameter is good for this) - A screwdriver (about 1/16" diameter), and a 1/8" (1/4") ratchet (about 2 mm long). This could also be modified to be a 2" long ratchet and a 4" long nut, and so on. For these products it makes little difference, since the component is so strong. For other types of products the modification is a big problem. 1) the product itself is strong (this is a different situation than the above, because the component is strong). A good example of this is the "Tiger" from MDF. 2) the user (a technician) does not know the exact size (a small hole, for example) or the exact strength of the component, which could lead to a very serious injury.