Everyone I talk to is having problems with this fuel, people with chain saws, yard equipment, boats and cars. Ethanol disolves gas lines, primers on lawn equipment and outboard motors.(See the artical “FUELISH MISTAKES,” by Fritz Grell, in the October issue of the Florida Sportsman.) It also has reduced the gas mileage on my car. My car used to get 23 to 24 miles per gallon, now I get 21 to 22 miles per gallon. If 10 million cars have my same experience and drive 15,000 miles per year, they would have to buy 621,100,000 extra gallons of fuel! At $3.00 per gallon, thats $1,863,300,000 per year. I had to rebuild the carburetor on my boat and the cost for a rebuild kit, carburetor cleaner, and chemical resistant gloves came to $88.80. The time to remove , clean, install the kit, reinstall and adjust the carburetor, required seven and a half hours of labor. Am I the only one with these problems?