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Paul
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There's literally a handful of threads on that very subject already, one currently active. Tuscan is very nice but very expensive. RTC I have not used. Angus likes the Raimondi setup quite a bit and I trust his judgment. Lash is garbage and not worth the aggravation. I think that sums it up. If I were starting over I'd give Raimondi a try. I'm already invested in Tuscan myself.
 
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That was all pre-rewards. Now I just feel dirty when posting.
That's just some of that Victorian era English upbringing left lingering behind. Be European. Or a politician. You'll find the guilt just washes away!
 

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Im going with the Raimondi. After some research, those little "legs" that get compressed are like fingers- and they help grip the tile from lateral movement. It would appear that the others ones don't seem to have that as a design trait. Also those legs become spacers when used in the corner of 4 tiles.

I just bought the system, I will give it a whirl next week.
 

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The MLT is the best ! .. I don't know why the link to upload pictures from my tablet doesn't work. But this leveling is perfect especially for large format tiles..
How is it better than RLS?
 

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I'm no expert and have only used the RLS system, but from the picture it looks like the RLS wedges are bigger than those caps. And I believe the MTL bases are about $100 more for 2000 than the RLS clips. RLS is also a two piece system. Wouldn't that be better than straps, bases and caps?

Again, just asking. I have a way of typing my thoughts that make it sound accusatory or judgmental.
 
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