Hi everyone. I'm at the point where I'd like to start building some HOn30 rolling stock for my late 19th century mining layout. I've got a question about trucks though and am hoping that I can get some opinions. I know that the Grandt Line HOn30 archbar trucks with NWSL wheels are the hobby standard, but they also strike me as fairly expensive in comparison to standard gauge equipment -- $9 per pair (which, it turns out, is more than what I paid for the n-scale running mechanisms on either of my scratchbuilt locos). On the other hand, Walthers has Microtrains n scale archbar trucks (w/o couplers) for $3.40/pair and I would bet I could get an even better price if I shop around more. For those of you with experience, how much difference is there between an n scale truck and the Grandt Line offering? Since my layout is totally freelanced, I'm comfortable with a reasonable degree of inaccuracy, especially if it means that I don't go bankrupt trying to put together rolling stock. On the other hand, I don't want my cars to look totally stupid either. Yeah, I know, the obvious question is "why'd you pick HOn30 if you didn't want to pony up any cash". Anyway, anything you guys can suggest -- or even better a comparison of an HOn30 truck with a n scale truck -- would really be helpful. Thanks!