juice w/ attitude or banks power pda?

im comparing the two products. i realize the juice will produce a little more power but since i doubt i would ever max it out that part is insignificant. id really like to know how the two compare overall, which is
"better" for my application (towing 16,000 pounds), and which is the better overall value. any real differences in the two? thanks,
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I haven't been paying attention to the market recently, but 'back in the day' (couple of years ago), the general consensus was that Banks was great at making metal products, not so much with the electronics. I'd give the nod to Edge over the Banks product.
Of course, I still think the TST PMCR is at the top of the pack, for power, tunability, adjustability, etc. Yeah, the Attitude looks better - with it's LCD display, but the TST is better where it counts. Just because the TST can make massive HP, doesn't mean it can't also do the job of moderate power increases, while enhancing low-end performance (TST was always, and still is, the king when it comes to low-end power).
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Nate, FWIW I have driven a F-250 SD with the Banks Big Hoss set up in it, including the PDA. Personally I found it to be very clean looking, easier to use and man as I played with the different presets on it, that truck became a beast!. One thing I liked about it is that you can remove the PDA when you got out of the truck.
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