As I learn more and more, and gain experience, I have found another aspect of the atlas code 83 custom line switches that worries me. Here's a pic showing where my concern lies. The little plastic nubbins that hold the points don't look very robust to me. Looks like they could easily wear or break off. If they did, I suppose I could tap a hole in the plastic and put a short screw down through to take the place of the nubbin. What tipped me off to this was one of my installed switches was not acting right. I noticed that the plastic of the throwbar was jammed right up against the point rail instead of having a gap. Either the little plastic nubbin wasn't formed right or the point had slipped off of it. I don't know because the switch is already glued down. One more thing to be concerned about:cry: Seems the nubbins should be a bit longer, and a little more stout. Anyone else have any experience or problems with this?