Hi All, I've been reading a few threads here about two stroke reliability, and have heard different views on their operation, maintenance, safety, reliability, etc. And although the two aircraft I'm looking at have FWF kits for the 912, they also offer them for the Rotax 582, Simonini Victor, and Hirth 3503, and I just can't get around the 7-10K I'd save by going two stroke (I'd save even more if I buy a zero timed 582 from Rotax Rick). I know it's possible to have hundreds of worry free flight hours behind a 2 stroke, so I'd like to hear from some 2 stroke owners who have successfully flown for hundreds of hours on their engines: - What is the safest, most reliable way to operate a 2 stroke aircraft engine, day to day, week to week, and year to year for every flight? - Do you premix or inject? - What are your maintenance and overhaul schedules regardless of what the manufacturer says? - Warm up and cool down methods? - Type of fuel? - Best way to avoid cold seizure -- or ANY type of seizure? - Does throttling back in cruise make a difference? - Anything else I'm missing? I'd love to hear from you. Thanks!