Iv'e got a 4-8-4, 2-10-2, 2-8-0, two 2-10-0's, a heavy mountain, and recently, the 2-6-6-2, and I still find myself running the 4-6-0 more than some of the others. From what I have seen and heard on the forum, they seem to be popular. They are described as a go anywhere, do anything engine. Wasn't this the one that almost all of the railroads used at one time or another? Now, I realize that some of the other manufacturer's engines may be somewhat more detailed, and maybe more dependable, but as Iv'e said before, I'm very pleased with the Spectrum line. This little 4-6-0 is fast, smooth and runs well at a crawl also. It's happy with just 6 or 7 freight cars, but sometimes that's all the needs to be shipped at that moment. Whenever I'm running the ten wheeler, the freight trains just aren't that long that day. Sound like I'm showing a little favoritism?