Yeah. It's a fine product alright.
Some more experiences in the early days of QuikTrak:
1. Fellow HSV owner calls them up and asks where he is. They say Anzac Parade Kensington. He's not amused as he walks outside his house to check that his garage hasn't moved without him knowing - he's in Sydney's far western suburbs. That's over 40km from QuikTrak's version!
2. Another HSV owner thought they were going mad because every time they went back to their car at work it was unlocked. Had a locksmith check it over, went to Holden. All was okay. Then, watching their car with intimate detail they literally watched it unlock itself - they worked at a hospital and interference was unlocking the car!
3. Other faults also turned up and QuikTrak regularly sent letters to owners advising of upgrades to fix the problems. Only it was user pays and with some items like battery upgrades the cost of the system quickly escalated
4. I watched one evening as a dickwad from QuikTrak stood up in front of a car owner's club meeting and tried to sell the system. he'd forgotten the last time he came over and how many people signed up only to find what a stinking disaster the system was. A case of them using us as guinea pigs to develop the product. The meeting required intervention when so many ownbers stood up and complained - it was a literal slanging and shouting match.
QuikTrak - steer clear mate!
My comments are based on experiences with the system in its first 18 months or two years. If QuikTrak can PROVE they've addressed all the issues it might be a good thing! I doubt it though