Greetings, various and sundry oil gurus! I have owned several cars in my life. To my knowledge, none have experienced any oil-related failures. However, since I have been wandering around the Charger forums, I have noticed that there's a fellow there who sells something called Quantum Blue custom blended lubricants and making quite a few remarkable sounding claims. He seems to enjoy sort of a mix of very good will from some customers and dubiousness from some past customers and non-customers on the board. This made me wonder a few things: A). I have in the past generally used Mobil 1, of whatever weight was recommended by the manufacturer of my vehicle(s), but if I changed this... would there be a difference in the performance/reliability/longevity of my engine? B). Assuming the answer to the above is either yes, or maybe... (and this is where you guys who know your oil come in)... what should it be? I read through the oil university sticky (and several of the others in that series) and they were cool, but... I was left with more knowledge of oil than I know what to do with and no certainty about how to apply that knowledge. However, I was pleased to see after all the mentions of engines running at 212 degrees and oil generally being designed to run at that temperature, that when I watch my oil temp, it mostly stays right around 212 degrees as long as I don't do anything crazy. I also saw the sticky that outlined a few questions to answer when asking "what's the best oil for me?" and so here it is: 1. What kind of vehicle you have - 2016 Dodge Charger R/T road and track... 5.7 liter V8 2. What your owner's manual says -- not just viscosity, but certifications (look for acronyms like API SM, ILSAC GF-4, etc.) and change intervals as well Dodge recommends 5w20 FCA MS 6395. 3. Where you live Charlotte, NC 4. How you drive (easy? hard? fast? slow?), When I'm not stuck in traffic, I drive with moderated aggression. I'm not running NASCAR, but I do make regular use of the gas pedal to increase the enjoyment of my car. 5. What your daily drive is like (short trips? long trips? city? highway?)my daily commute is 11 miles in stop and go traffic. 6. Whether your car has any known problems - better not. It currently has 500 miles on it. C). And the last question: Do you have any knowledge about the Quantum Blue product? There's an older post about it here from someone like me which seemed to have been met largely with skepticism about the claims made. Here's the website about the product if you'd care to see what the story is: http://bndautomotive.com/quantumblue-products-2/ . The basic gist of what has been said is that the Quantum Blue custom blended oil will reduce wear by a not insignificant amount vs. any other off the shelf oil, and that ti will improve gas mileage by some percentage near 5%. The rub is that it is expensive for oil, though they claim that you can extend your oil change interval so much (while still maintaining wear reduction) that it basically pays for the difference in cost. For myself, I am dubious of ignoring my car's oil change interval on the word of someone I don't know well enough to be sure that they're not selling me snake oil. So... what do you all think of this stuff? Anyway, thank you in advance to anyone intrepid enough to try to help me determine what oil I should go with. I should not have been, but I was surprised to find that there was a forum dedicated to this sort of thing. So thank you also for both collecting and sharing the knowledge that you have of lubrication technology (is that the right term?).