My Ade Foreman rotisserie arrive this week so spent most of the day getting the car onto it. I must say that I'm amazed at how easy the car spins when on the jig as you really can move it easily with one arm. The jig seems pretty well made and appears to go together fairly well but I have no reference point on what other jigs are like. The only critique I would have with the product (so far) is that the installation instructions are not that great and leave the assembler to make a few leaps themselves that they wouldn't have to do if there was just a few clear and complete diagrams. Only a small gripe though as I'm sure most people doing this are much more mechanically adept than me. After reading around a bit I was a bit confused about mounting points at the front of the car (the rear is just attaching to the bumper mounts). Some say that you can use the front bumper mounts and others say not to as the box section is too weak. However, after exchanging with Phil on this I came to the conclusion that this may be a US/UK car difference - I have the 1973 HLS30 model which has significant bumper mounts with different attachment points and mechanics than the UK version (at least, different to Phil's '72 S30 anyway). I'll put some photo's in below to show the mounting points. Just to note, I used the "Universal" mounting plates that you can buy from Ade and this is 6mm steel section. Bending a right angle in two of these when you only have a vice and a big hammer was a vigorous exercise .