I saw the merit of catch cans when looking at other posts, but wasn't convinced it was a mandatory mod for my truck. When I upgraded my throttle body to an 87mm a couple months back, I did notice the intake track was a bit "greasy." When I saw DAP/BP advertising their's for a great price, I figured I'd give it a try.
First, the can looks very similar to the BT cans many members here are running. It could be the same, but I'm not sure. Any way you look at it, the quality appears top-notch. I was a little surprised just how large the can is. When you see the pictures of what it's collected so far, I can see the reason for the size.
Second, if I told you the guys at DAP/BP are phenomenal to work with and the customer service is great, none of you would be surprised. Well, this purchase from them was no different. It's hard to shop elsewhere when you know you're getting a great product at a great price and these guys stand behind their work.
Third...on to the pictures.
Post install (looks like everyone else's):
Here's what it captured after 150 miles (241 km):
After 850 miles (1368 km):
Here are the things I'm not fond of:
The connections below the throttle body and the aft portion of the intake are thick enough that the hoses don't go on more than what you see here. So far, it doesn't seem to be a problem, but I would want to figure out a better way to push the hoses on further without damaging the plastic intake.
Overall, I love this thing and the intake is dry. If you don't have one, this should be your next purchase. Tell your significant other that it'll increase your MPGs by a couple (it won't, but they don't have to know that).