I had been wanting to upgrade to a hard tonneau for a while, but had been waiting for the right one to come along. When the Revolver X2 was announced, that sounded like exactly what I had been looking for. I really like the hard roll up covers over the folding covers because I prefer the aesthetics (no hinge lines) and you can still see out of the back window when the cover is open. I got the opportunity to give it a shot in cooperation with one of our vendors TruckMods.com - Truck & SUV Performance Parts & Accessory Experts. I got great service as well as follow-up to make sure I got everything from Morrie himself. Here is a link to the cover on their site: BAK Industries, Truck Bed Cover, 39309 - TruckMods. One note, the site says this is not the one for the Raptor, but this is the correct one as they are sized based on the bed length, not the sub-model / trim level. Installation: Installation was very straight forward and I used the instructions provided online (Revolver X2 Tonneau Cover Installation Instructions Ford F150). One tip that I found helpful was to use a pair QuickGrip clamps to help position the rails while I installed the c-clamps. Here are a couple of shots of it installed: A shot showing the size rolled up and the rail: Here is the latching rail in the latched position (more on that later): Rolled up: Rolled up with the retaining strap: One issue that several folks had at TRR last year was the cover popping up. Take a look at the pic of latching rail above. Looking at how the X2 latches, there is a lot of engagement with the cover (it was also specifically mentioned as an upgrade in the new design), I think those issues have been solved. I will let you know following Raptoberfest (unless I miraculously get to hit the trails before then). In the pics you will notice a little water. I washed my truck using a pressure washer (delicate nozzle) and then hose before taking the pics. The only place water got in the bed was the corner of the tailgate, which is not sealed. Everything else was completely dry. Overall, I am EXTREMELY pleased with the cover. I will provide updates from time to time.