UPS honked a couple times and then tossed a little box on the sidewalk, almost in the street.
They're getting horrible about deliveries these days! I have gotten to the point where I probably wouldn't even want something if it had to be shipped UPS, even if it was free, because I don't even know if I would get it!
(I happened to be in the back around the side, and heard the truck stop and pull away just before the dogs started barking. Good thing I was there, or someone probably would've either picked it up and taken it, or run it over).
Anyway, here's what they almost didn't deliver:
There are standard velcro hook/loop types, some very thin and fine stuff on the left, to more typical coarser stuff on teh right. Some has adhesive and some is just cloth back.
The newer kind is also in several types, from finer to coarser, including one hard-backed circle that's intended to be screwed or riveted down. I don't think it's quite big enough to hold a Cycle Analyst in place, but two of them probably would be, with one at each end of an LS version, and two corresponding patches on the handlebars or wherever. Then a short-harnessed water-resistant/proof plug to connect the CA to the bike's wiring, and it would make it easy to take a CA off to "stealth" a bike while it's on a rack or wherever. Or to keep the CA out of heavy rain or hail or something.
One of the sets is a "mismatch" of types (intentional, apparently), so that it has four small grips for every large one, arranged in a grid rather than the wavy lines all the others use. Presumably it makes for better grip; I have a hard enough time with all of them and my old fingers that I can't tell if it really does or not.
Came with a card describing the options.