I have to say - you're right After just a couple weeks of using this, it went from "this crazy thing I'll have for emergencies" to something I use regularly. I've taken it with me to practice with at the end of climbing days and have gotten ~50 raps on it, and now it feels quite comfortable. I've also been taking it up a lot of climbs, which has allowed rappel starts from trees comfortably above the cliffs instead of downclimbing to where the descent anchors were installed to allow pulling ropes. I haven't gotten the toggle stuck yet (most of the walls I've used it on have been vertical-overhung), but I did get the rope stuck once when using it around a rock pinch, which was a good learning experience. Luckily this happened here where it was just an inconvenience and not out in a canyon. I had originally thought that I would primarily use a retrievable sling style anchor for the increased safety, but now I would default to the toggle unless there was something that would make it unsafe.