I finished a set of wheels last week and was worried about setting spoke tension. That and I also enjoy torque wrenches. I purchased one of the fasstco spoke torque wrenches and went back to the wheels. It takes forever to bring the spokes up to tension. I tried to match the tension previously to bikes on a dealer floor. This is way too loose according to the wrench. Observation two is this. Perfect torque does not equal a round and perfect wheel. It is entirely possible to have the torque right on the money with a lot of rim runout. If you were to walk up to a wheel and start torquing a spoke until the wrench clicked, your screwed. You must bring them up to torque a 1/4 turn at a time. My only complaint with the wrench is this. It is possible for the inserts to make a 90 degree turn. Should this happen, the wrench will not click no matter how tight the spoke is. Tis could lead to soem VERY tight spokes and possible rim damage. Overall I am pleased with this set-up. I thought about holding out for the excel adjustable wrench. I dont see a lot of value in the adjustable part. 48in/lb is plenty tight. The lack of adjustment is no big deal. Just dont spend the money on this wrench thinking it is the magic bullet for rim work, its not. There are no shortcuts created by using a spoke torque wrench. As far as brand new excel rims go, if they were shipped to the Huffy Bicycle company they would be rejected due to excess runout. Slightly dissappointing for 120 bucks.