I just got off of the phone with Scott Wieland with Valvoline and he confirmed Patman's statement that the MaxLife no longer contains any moly. He said that the original formula did and had the oil analysis that verified it. However, he said that it appears that early to mid spring 2002, when they started going for the API certifications that the moly was dropped for a different anti-wear package. He did not have any details on it yet. His oil analysis backs up lack of Moly in the current formulations of MaxLife. He was surprised and as upset as I am. He is not sure why they removed it, but will find out and e-mail me back. This a real bummer that a potentially good oil has again been changed for the worse without the public knowing about it. The change undoubtly was driven by economics and not what it best for our cars. I guess I am still in search for a good OTS oil. If Castrol GTX has moly in it, I wonder if their blend does? I may have to resort to mail order and put in some Schaeffer. Maybe the new Mobil 1 anaylsis will prove that our worries were not justified.