So I originally purchased a 1600psi Karcher unit new off kijiji (before really doing the research) and here were the issues I had with it: - Source water hose connection leaked constantly - Would not work with my MTM foam cannon - Cycled constantly - Lacked pressure - No hose reel - No power cord reel - Only a spot for a lance without the end After a year and only using it a couple times: - No pressure (less then a normal hose sprayer) - Fixed the leak by doubling up on the orings, immediately caused the unit to fill with water and leak from the vents. Needless to say, I will never buy another Karcher unit. Now onto the new one: I picked up the Cleanforce unit last night for a couple hundred bucks from home depot. Comes with a 2 year warrenty. Here are the pro's right off the top: - Unit is as compact as my previous unit - Has a hose reel - Has a power cable reel - It has a metal lance (Which is heavier, and significantly studier then the plastic Karcher lance) - Standard quick disconnect ends (it comes with three different ones, 15, 40, Soap) - Wheels that actually work well - Can work laying down, or standing up - The unit is about twice as heavy for the same size as the Karcher and it feels solid - Detergent tank for around the house stuff Connected the source hose, NO LEAKS for the first time in forever. Fired it up: - Louder, not as loud as gas, but double the loudness of the Karcher - Great pressure (actually feels like it'll clean something) - Cycles on with the trigger pulled, and off when trigger is not pulled. So far, I'm impressed. The universal quick disconnect fitting that came with my MTM was a little bit to long to work with this lance so I'm going to pick up a quick disconnect fitting from Home Depot after work, and hopefully, this will be the first time I'll actually be able to see my foam cannon work properly. Pictures to follow.