#1
Strap locks. I have Schaller's on my Schecter, and after ordering my Dot, and asking for Schaller's, L&M gave me Dunlops. Now, the Schaller's seem more compact, and almost like regular strap buttons. Should I be sending the Dunlops back?

Dunlops: http://www.jimdunlop.com/index.php?page=products/pip&id=139&pmh=products/accessories

Schallers: http://security-locks.biz/hp135034/Security-Locks.htm?ITServ=C752308a8X12a02c18c19XY30a6
Caution:
This post may contain my opinion and/or inaccurate information.

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#2
Dunlops last about 2-3 years, but they drop on you, and that's when you know they're broken. But I've seen Schallers last 10+ years, and you can tell when they need replaced by when the spring gets weak. You won't drop your guitar because of the cup shape.

Send them back. Schallers are much more reliable and long-lasting.
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#3
i went with schallers, i'm not sure why. i had my choice of any kind and they just seemed like the best when i checked them all over.
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