I'm not saying this applies to you, but for the most part, when I see someone who is 100+ laff and hasn't maxed (or come close to maxing) their gags, I generally wonder if they truly know how to play. Don't get me wrong, I won't refuse to go on a run with someone if they have a gag track that isn't maxed, but there are some people who will refuse to run with you for it because they may feel that you aren't a quality player because of not maxing your gags. Add in the fact that one of those tracks is toonup, and they might think that you don't like to give toonups on people and may be reluctant to go with you. Just as a mention but also, when I see someone who is lureless, I tend to wonder if they aren't trying to be selfish, for having trap and expecting people to lure it for them, but not being able to return the favor. Again, not saying anything bad about you, just you might want to get those tracks maxed so others will see that you've taken the effort to do so, which in turn will show that you have learned your gags and know what you are doing. As for using toons for beans, it's not uncommon to have 1 or more toons for the sole purpose of getting beans to spend. It happens, so don't worry about it. As for the safe on a toon in CFO.. It'll slide off of the toon, it won't hurt them or take away their laff. They got their sell suits like anyone else, by going through the factory enough times to get all the parts. They can get it while they are 15 laff, and there are some 20 laff toons running around that are HW50's. Don't judge a player by their laff or even their suit level. Use it as a guide maybe, for what problems you MAY encounter, but don't judge the quality of their skill on it. You're more likely to find a good quality player that has low laff but high gags than with higher laff and not maxed gags. It's because they know how to work their gags, the importance of it and aren't afraid of a little bit of a challenge. Hope this helps.