As promised here are the results of the Filtermag. The photo looks exactly like the Filtermag website photo. You can just see the edge of the Filtermag on the outside of the filter. Thankfully, the particular Mopar filter is a good quality made by Purolator (not Fram) as evidenced by the telltale string. Inside the filter you can see the same black metallic powder in the shape of the magnet, the mag had to be removed in in order to remove the filter then re applied. One might argue that the filter media would have trappend these particles anyway. We will never know, however we do know that even the best filters only stop 20 micron particles and if any of this powder is smaller than 20 microns then the mag is an added benefit. If all of the metallic powder would have been simply trapped in the filter media then the drain bolt tip would have been pristine and it had plenty of black metal powder and one shard. I used Amsoil 5w20 synthetic and an Amsoil oversized (longer) SDF 15 filter, required 7.5 qts to compensate for the larger filter.