I went looking for a Magnefine filter for the PS system on the Hondas. The Magnefine I found was bigger than I thought and cost $27. I asked to see the other 3/8" ones they had at NAPA and found the 3003 Gold Fuel Filter. Construction was nice, with the poly body. The flow seems fine, zero resistance to blowing. Price was awesome UNDER $5! I figure the MF was overkill for a PS system, where loading is minimal. Just trying to improve on the fluid condition, not get too carried away. The extra clear body is nice too, for inspecting the loading situation. So, it's a fuel filter, but I took the plunge. The smaller size meant a MUCH better fit. Fitting the MF would have actually been tough and getting a crimp in the hoses would be bad. The thing is directional, fwiw. So, no pic of it, but the filter filled right up with the red tint of ATF+4 leftover in my PS system. Cutting the hose plus the extra capacity of the filter added up to exactly 12oz top-off, one bottle of Honda PSF. My only regret is I did not get two, the old CRV probally needs it worse than my car. imo, definately better then MF as far as ease of install and price.