I waited too long for the F108N Fumoto valve to go on sale for my new-to-me '15 Legacy, so I did not install one when I changed my oil last night. Due to budget cuts, the auto hobby shop has ZERO (0) working hydraulic lifts. I had the whole shop to myself, which was nice, but instead of the catch with an extendable neck I had to jack the car up and use a drain pan - no biggie, I'd done this dozens of times before without a Fumoto valve. What could go wrong??? To be 100% certain I wouldn't make a mess I spent way more time than usual positioning the jack and stands, as well as the pan - probably only 5 minutes added, to be honest. Long story short, the drain plug slipped out of my fingers and into the pan - not a big deal, but kind of annoying, since I got oil all over my hand. The main problem, is that the oil stream hit the pan, and like a ray of light hitting a prism, spread out and streamed off in all directions! I quickly positioned the pan so that the stream banked at a better angle, but not before ~1/2 quart had sprayed onto the deck. Luckily, the shop had plenty of kitty litter and a tiny (TINY) bit of the good hand-cleaner. So, I know what you're thinking. This was inevitable, since I would have to remove the OEM drain plug to install the Fumoto valve anyway, right? That's right! Now, however, I have to do it twice, all because I was trying to save a few bucks! It's over $30 now and can go as low as $26. Sure, I'll probably do a better job, knowing that the pan the shop uses isn't very well designed (it's actually the same one I have at home, so a valuable lesson learned), but it's still super messy and a waste of my time. I'll be doing the next change in the shop, with the Fumoto installed, and then I'll feel a lot more comfortable changing it in my garage, with my own pan. /rant Happy Thanksgiving, by the way!