I have two filters in my stash that might be weak under high pressure. One is a PureOne, for the filter tear issues we know about. The other is an old STP E-Core with a plastic cage. I think these filters can be serviceable within lower expectations than before though. I think I will use both somewhere down the road for winter oil changes, with oil of no more than 5W-30 in viscosity. I will not stretch either past about 5000 miles, about the same as an Orange Can. Keeping an eye on the oil color ought to tell me if the PureOne is failing to catch particles. You need to note that a tiny rip will not conduct all the oil and some will still pass through the filter media. The media will still trap particulate matter, but only up to a point. Once the media is laden with matter, THEN more and more of the flow will travel through the rip. With the PureOne, about 5000 miles is the most I will trust it for, whereas 10,000 miles was the past expectation before this rip issue came about.