When I read a previous post by someone that put some quarts of oil in their freezer, I thought "What a GREAT Idea"! I've been looking for a good oil to run this winter, why not check the stuff in the garage and see how they compare. Well here are the results of my little informal test. I had three different brands of oil, the "elixer of the Gods" GC 0W-30, some Chevron Supreme 10W-30 and some Mobil Drive Clean (not blend) 10W-30. The test was to keep the oils in my freezer at 0 deg. F for 24 hours then see which ones would pour out well. Well the "winner" is the GC 0W-30 no big surprise, somewhat thicker, but flowing pretty well. The "looser" was the Chevron Supreme, THICK, nearly molasses like, long thin trails when you stopped pouring. Definitely NOT a wintertime oil! The real surprise was the Mobil Drive Clean conventional, EXCELLENT, nearly as free flowing as the GC for 1/4 the price, and rated a weight grade or so heavier too! I mean the difference was barely discernable between it and the GC at 0 deg. This MAY be one of the reasons for it's good performance in UOA's. Now the "test" could be a little more scientific I realize. But this was enough to convince me, try it yourself, you have everything you need!