It is coming to that time of year again when I need to change the oil in the wife's 2007 Quest. I usually do it in October.....I run a one year OCI on it. Last year the van ran about 8.400 miles (8,380 miles exactly). This year it will be in the 9,000 to 10,000 range. The vehicle has approximately 68,000 total miles on it and we have owned since new. Amsoil SS 5W-30 has been run these last two fills. TBN from last year's oil analysis was 1.9, with the oil being in there for 8,400 miles. This vehicle gets driven to work - 18 miles round trip - in traffic and local errands, children pickups, etc. We also use it for trips to see family. Total commute time daily is about 60 minutes in stop and go traffic. While I think Amsoil is a good oil, I would like to try and find something "better". I think the TBN number is low given the oil only ran for one third the advertised 25,000 miles. I know the advertising is 25,000 miles or 1 year.....I ran it for a year. Over the years I have tried PP, RP, Red Line, Mobil 1, and Amsoil in the different vehicles I have owned. I am not knocking Amsoil at all. My oil OCD is coming through and I would like to explore options. I have been reading a lot about Liqui Moly and have ordered their Liqui Moly 2039 Longtime High Tech 5W-30 Synthetic Motor Oil - 5 Liter Jug from Amazon. I also plan on adding a can of MoS2 to the oil. Yesterday a guy at work suggested I look at Motul. Motul is available from Summit Racing, which has a location on the Southside of Atlanta. I am looking at MOTUL 102782 - Motul 8100 Eco-nergy Motor Oil. Does anyone have any experience with either oil? I want a full synthetic, I'll be running a FRAM Ultra XG6607 filter and doing the above mentioned one year OCI. We live in Atlanta so the heat here is always an issue as is the stop and go traffic. Engine protection and longevity is what I am going after. I can easily return the Liqui Moly to Amazon so that is not an issue. I believe both oils meet the demanding ACEA A5/B5 standards.