Okay, well, they technically didn't fail because I could not even get them onto the car! Picked up an ST3600 for the longer can application on the Omni GLH-Turbo. Most of the boxes were crushed, so I reached in the back and found the one that looked the best. Got home, went to screw it on and...ugh! Top of the can was completely demolished, crushed and dented. Went back to the store, showed them that it was damaged/defective and made sure to tell them not to put it back on the shelf. Got the regular size ST3614, took it home. Went to screw it on, and the threads were damaged...wouldn't even try to go on. Took the old filter and put it on easily (and off again), so the threads on the block were okay. Took it back to the store, waited 30 minutes in line (not an exaggeration). Told them it was defective, and proceeded to watch them put a Clearance sticker on it and throw it into a bin (yes, thrown...no wonder the other filters were damaged!). I ended up going to Advance Auto Parts and getting a Purolator L10241 instead, as well as the last 8 on the shelf of their AA3600 which also fits the wife's Saab Turbo...for $1.45 each. As much as I've liked SuperTech in years past, it may be time to switch house brands. I have 2 x AA3593A for the Subaru, and 8 x AA3600 for the Saab, just need to find some AA3614's on closeout for the Omni and I'll be all set.