Hey guys. I did try and search before asking this but didn't get anywhere with that, and thus my post. I have some random unrelated questions about fuel and additives. 1) I was reading up on top tier gas and had no clue there was even such a thing. I usually get my gas at Sams club or Caseys General store as their prices are the best. Near me are also a ton of Kum and Go's, Conocos and Phillips gas stations. The Kum and Go seem to be the only one that sells non ethanol fuel which I use for lawn care equipment, chainsaw, generator, etc. I have no clue who provides sams club or caseys fuel, how do I find out if it's decent? Which would be the best to use of the list above? 2) Seafoam - It doesn't take long reading BITOG to see that Techron is a favorite. I've used seafoam in my vehicles about 1-2 times a year to keep things running smooth. It has worked well for a long time but I wonder if I should use it compared to Techron. I have an older Honda Accord SE with 258,000 miles and I want to keep that guy going. SHould I switch? Same question for my Sequoia with 160,000. I'm wondering if using saefoam in the top end with the vacuum line would be of benefit? If it matters, about 90% of my driving is on highways and freeways. I live in the 45-70 MPH range. 3) This isn't a question but a comment. After reading on here I added a red bottle of transmission lubeguard to my Honda recently when I did 3 drain and fills. Wow, that combo smoothed out the transmission BIGTIME. I'm sure the new fluid alone would have been the most noticeable thing but it seemed even smoother than last time. Heres another vote for Lubeguard!