Fram TG7317 from my daughter's 2.4L Galant. I took it off and also did an OCI because I had to replace the hyd lifters and valve stem seals at 209k miles. Now, at 215k miles, I wanted to start a fresh load for an upcoming intent of UOAs. So because I had the valve cover all a couple of times, plus the work done, and sealers, I had no intent of a UOA at this change. But opening up the filter at 6k miles gives me a base point for reference as my intent of the next one will be at 15k miles. Everything was as expected and desired; tight, firm, no leaks or tears. End caps were stout and adhered perfectly to the media. Those who fear fiber end caps are IMO irrational. http://s1333.photobucket.com/user/dnewton3/media/IMG_0137_zpse5eac896.jpg.html http://s1333.photobucket.com/user/dnewton3/media/IMG_0138_zps79da7008.jpg.html The Galant manual states that "normal" use allows FCIs at 2x the OCI, which is 7.5k miles. Therefore any "normal" filter under "normal" use should be able to do 15k miles. I think the TG is an excellent candidate as it's highly glass enhanced (IIRC 35% per MotorKing), and has silicone ADBV. I see this TG filter series a very close competitor to the Wix/NG in terms of cost and features. Incidentally, my daughter is a high school student and does the typical running around town, etc. Probably represents a 70%city/30%hwy driving cycle.