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Just another counterpoint. First, congratulations for those who love the skip shift eliminator, and by all means enjoy.
As mentioned above, this is just my own opinion. Coming from the perspective of a vintage car collector who happens to like things stock (ok, I'm in the minority), I get some weird, sick, pleasure of learning to overcome or manage quirks or features in my vehicles if it's not something that is broken. So I made the decision to shift the 2010 Challenger as it was made. Like beepah, I drive the car to mostly avoid the skip shift. When it activates on occasion, I have a super smooth shift back to third, and there is very little drama, including on those left turns from a light, which we all know is one of the prime times the skip shift conditions occur. More power to anyone who gets the eliminator, but if you do happen to like things stock, it's good to hear a few counterpoints to help you decide. No doubt that this is one of the most popular mods, with many advocates and happy customers.