So I'm going to check out the Pypes setup you have on their website. Your truck sounds real good. Correct me if I'm wrong, but since you had the rear of the truck in the garage and the door open when you recorded the video, I assume that it was louder than it would be not being in a garage and with the door closed??? My wife's 2004 Dodge Ram 1500 she just got (traded her 71 Jeep CJ5 for it) has what I assume to be glasspacks (they are round like glasspacks are) and I LOVE the sound of it. I was initially going to get glasspacks, but now I'm second guessing it based on a bunch of comments in a Facebook post I read on how loud they are. But my wife's exhaust is not loud at all. However, I know her truck would be quieter than my truck because her truck has catalytic converters, which help to muffle the sound a lot. But I'm not 100% if they're glasspacks, but I'm assuming they are because they're round. My 67 Cougar has glasspacks and I love the sound of them, but they are louder than my wife's truck. I'm at a point in my life that I'm not wanting something loud. When I was younger, it was fine and I could tolerate it more than I do now. So that's important to me. But I really want that deep tone of a big block. Question.....is it true that the longer the muffler and the bigger diameter case gives you a deeper tone? Also, is it true that if I stagger the mufflers (not equally next to each other, one further forward than the other) that it will eliminate the "drone" sound in the cab? Also, do I want to put the mufflers farther back toward the rear of the truck? Will that give me a quieter sound? Or will it not make a difference? Yes, I listened to the video on my computer. I didn't hear the tinny sound you mentioned. It sounded deeper that what you thought it sounded like. And yes, I'll be using 2 1/2" tubing. I have 2 1/2" tubing from my headers to an H-pipe, but after the H-pipe it terminates into the smaller factory size exhaust and into the factory mufflers, but it is a true dual exhaust. Not sure if you get on Facebook or not, but I ran across a post by Tammy Barbe-Seigel and she is asking for suggestion on which exhaust to go with on her 76 F350 w/460. I've read through all the comments and have tried to ignore the personal opinions and just pay attention to facts. But I'm still not sure which way to go. You always get so many opposing opinions you never know which way to go. What one person likes about a muffler, another person may not about the same muffler. So I try to ignore that type of stuff. But there are suggestions in these comments that I think habr substance, such as "why" a certain muffler is recommended. Some of them even post videos of their exhaust systems and how it sounds. One of the suggestions is going with the Dynomax Super Turbo muffler, stating that they are quiet and flow nice. That's what I want, but I'm not sure how accurate that is because quiet to one person may not be quiet to another. A lot of them suggest Flowmaster and a lot say to stay away from them because they're loud and they have that "drone" in the cab, which I don't want. Here's the post if you're interested in reading through the comments. Maybe you can give me your opinion on these comments. https://www.facebook.com/groups/592..._id=1544892013869417¬if_t=group_highlights I need to watch your video a few times and pay attention to the things you pointed out on the handheld. And your advance being locked out makes sense vs what I saw on your handheld. And you're right, my settings will be a lot different than yours, but the function should be the same and that's what I'll be watching for on mine.