I like the idea of separate parts. That way, if over time your rail becomes worn or dinged, you can replace just the rail.
To be honest though, I don't have any practical experience as to how often rails become worn or damaged - so perhaps it's a non-issue for the vast majority of folks. Maybe an expert can provide an opinion here.
I can certainly appreciate the benefits of the one piece design, however.
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Last edited by mmike87; 01-20-09 at 10:59