Well the subject title says it all. But can it be true? Is Amsoil saying not to use their EaO filter on the Camry? When I clicked on the Amsoil Products Guide and entered 2006 Camry in the left pane (2.4L, 4-cyl), the long results page stated the following for oil filter recommendations: =========================================================== Oil Filter: EAO10 - Absolute Efficiency Oil Filter  Oil Filter: 51396 - WIX 51396 Oil Filter  Air Filter: 46673 - WIX 46673 Air Filter Trans Filter: 58010 Cabin Filter: 24883 - WIX 24883 Cabin Air Filter 1. AMSOIL advises Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) filter change recommendations ============================================================= Notice that a  appears right after the "Absolute Efficiency Oil Filter", and the  refers to a note that is numbered "1." The note states: AMSOIL advises Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) filter change recommendations So is Amsoil saying don't use the EaO filter; use Toyota's OEM filter instead? I've always used the OEM Toyota/Denso spin-on filter, but was considering using Amsoil's EaO filter or Mobil 1's $11 filter for longer OCIs of 7,000 miles. Also, is the "WIX 51396 Oil Filter" mentioned above the same thing as Mobil 1's $11 filter?