If you're using it for something that's only going to see the track, go for it (post vidieos, please). I can't imagine living with that kind of noise with no syncros for everyday driving. @Fasttrak Drifting, though considered by some to be nothing more than a form of automotive figure-skating, does require a lot of control and precision (both in driving skill and suspension set-up). Though it should be considered that drifting does have practical applications in motorsports. In rally racing (seen in LOL's third video), drifting is essential when most of a rally takes place on surfaces with little or no traction. In this situation, controlling a sliding car becomes key to winning.