I did the install over the weekend. Like many had said, it is a much better made product than Hurst. I have the version 3. I did not have much driving time yet but 2-3 and 3-4 shift is very precise, just like what Barton advertise. For me, 2-3 shift is where Hurst failed. I did missed 1-2 shift twice, most likely need to get some time on it. I also adjusted it all the way to the right so might need to back off some. The handle can be adjusted left to right and fore and after to customize for the driver. The shifter came with the plastic white ball like Hurst. The stick is machined aluminum whereas the Hurst is chrome plated steel. The combo is just too light for my taste and the ball too small. My Mopar leather and weighted ball shift knob won't fit, hole too small for the Barton stick. I ordered the Barton SS ball shift knob that weight one pounds. It ships in two weeks and Then
feel should get better.
Overall, the Barton seems less notchy than Hurst. Throw is about the same. BTW the noise lessen than from before but there is still noise, no vibration. I will be taking it apart after some miles and if the noise is still there. I want to listen to my exhaust, not mechanical noise.