What I like about the e locker is that there is not rotational torque that can keep the locker engaged after deselecting. The factory front and rear too can suffer from wind up which makes disengaging quite hard at times. Hard to explain if you haven't seen inside one, but the e locker seems guaranteed to disengage within 1/2 a turn every time. But then it does disengage temporarily when you reverse. But all of these are less complicated than the factory. Personally, the air locker does it for me. But installation is critical.