The more and more I dig into replacing my steering system on the boat, the less I want to use the current SeaStar teleflex system. My current steering cylinder failed due to plastic bushings in the yolk bracket where they attach to the pivot bolt and the cylinder arms. I could add a stainless washer to "soak up" some of the slack on the cylinder, but the mounting point at the pivot bolt does not have an option to correct the slack. The Mercury UFLEX system seems to be all stainless from shims to bushings. Not saying it cannot wear out, but IMO stainless should last much longer than plastic like in the current system. Also the cylinder is compatible with my current helm and lines. Anyone running one of these? I know they are fairly new in terms of how long they have been out. Just curious before I pull the trigger.....steering systems are not cheap.