I'm a little confused. A capo is a necessary accessory for players who (like me) want to play in various keys using open, as well as barre chords and also who (also like me, following health issues) need to change song keys without re-learning a whole set list. That being said, I was amazed to read a post on "another" forum of someone who bought a "G7th. Heritage" capo; http://www.g7th.com/heritage1.aspx I found these vary in price from £129 to over £200 GBP ($163 - $260).........average £150GBP for a CAPO!?!?!?! Here's my confusion........ buyers claimed the "sound" was much better, but as a capo simply compresses the strings on the fingerboard and the note is made from the fret, surely the make of capo makes no difference to the "sound" whatsoever. As I see it, as long as a capo works without pulling the guitar out of tune and compresses the strings without causing fret buzz, then it's doing its job. I use a D'Addario NS Pro that I would recommend to anyone...... light, precise and at a realistic price point. I KNOW it's none of my business how people spend their cash and this is NOT a criticism of that; I just feel that $200 for a capo is just ridiculous and totally over the top!