So, I've owned my '12 QC 2WD since '15. It had pretty much everything I wanted save for LSD. At the time, I checked around and found only 1-2 aftermarket diffs. Kinda' weird as most other trucks are well served by the aftermarket. Decided to just swap out the whole axle which I did. Checked before I bought it and both wheels turned in the same direction. Paid $800, which I thought was a pretty good price. Installed it and took it out for a test run. A little brake torque action and got a one wheel peel! Did some more research and found that our posi set ups are one of the worst out there. The one I bought was 3/4 wore out. (I was confused when I pulled the cover why I didn't see any springs, plates, etc.) So, in a rage, I jerked it back out and sold it to the scrap man. I'm not going to deal with clutches that act like a consumable part. (Yeah. I'm gonna' replace them every 30K miles! ) Forward to today and I'm wanna' try it again. Figuring by now that the market would be awash in diffs, I check out things online. Am I correct that we STILL only have 3 choices?! OEM Mopar, an Eaton clutch type unit or a clutch based set up by Randy's? I've never liked clutch type units. No lockers of any kind? Hell, at this stage of the game, I'd do a lunchbox. But, that well is dry, too. So, after that long winded rant, anyone have any suggestions? Or, am I destined to spend the rest of my days rocking the truck to get in/out of my driveway after it snows?