They've started using marmoleum in most of the new construction here on campus. It holds up well but will wear in places with foot traffic and furniture.
Not sure what your budget is but the Pergo laminate we put in about 10 years ago is holding up well.
Sure keeping it balanced is easy on flat ground but throw in a surprise hole that nearly stops a load of gravel and it becomes a lot more difficult.
Plus I figured in 30 years I'll want all the help I can get!
That's part of the issue.
I have a Pixel, Google pushes updates to Android every month. The issue is the manufactures of devices/carries then decide they need to put their own touches on it so what should be a monthly update now becomes months to a year+.
Meanwhile the apps are updated...
I'm guessing it's an issue with a new app compatibility with older operating systems. App developers add new features but not all are compatible with older systems.
Sony is likely running some variant of Android and devices could be running any version from 4-9. So it's likely a compatibility...
I've never had an issue with the smaller diameter tubing usually the failure points are at the joints but only then if it's not anchored down properly.
We got a surprise 6" of heavy snow last spring when one was up and it held up fine.
If you're really concerned about it you can go to a 2"...
If you don't care about the replace filter light being on the Every Drop style filters don't even need a bypass. Mine has been on since the first filter slowed water flow, been ignoring the light since
Take a look at King Canopy, they are larger than what you're talking about but all parts are replaceable easily. Anchored down properly they'll last a long time.
I know you were talking about Dewalt but look at Milwaukee. They have a ton of tools that use their M18 battery packs and they're all interchangable but with different ah capacities. You can use the all battery packs for all the tools but run time will be the only difference.
Here's what the head looks like under the valve cover with the guides where they shouldn't be. All I did was dimple the aluminum around the guide (thanks for that I, my brain wasn't working this morning and sleeve was what I came up with lol) the guide sits just low enough to dimple it without...
I had the same issue with my 25hp B&S. Looking around I found that the sleeves in the head that the pushrods run through were walking out of the head. From reading it seems that any sort of debris in the cooling fins will overheat the heads and make the sleeves walk out. Easiest fix was to...
FWIW if you had the frame treated by Toyota it may be worth a call to Toyota corporate. There's been some instances of them giving a pretty decent discount on a new truck.
If you're interested in that of course.