Liking my new RXT helmet, though it does feel a bit cheaply constructed, with the lining moving around inside when I take it off. *Far* better at freeway speeds than the old one, though. One small niggle: that snap clip, on the end of the strap. The 'press stud' kind of thing. It's plastic, and large and fat, and the rings for buckling the helmet are fairly thin, which makes it just a little more hassle than it should be to thread it through, each time. I never use the clip anyway: if I'm carrying the lid by the strap, I buckle the strap because I like it short. What I *want* to do is smash the big stupid plastic clip on the end of the strap with a hammer until it breaks into small enough pieces to fall out, and just have no clip. I can't see how that could possibly cause any safety issues. If the strap looks like it might fray in the hole I can melt the edges with a lighter. Anyone else see any fatal flaw in the plan?