Guys, My first post here, but you may have seen me around elsewhere in the cyber fishing world...Great site!!! I have a question about the difference between the Shimano Saragosa 18000 and the Saragosa 14000. Shimano list the specs on these reels as: SRG14000F 20/350, 25/290, 30/220, 50/600, 65/390, 80/315 28.7 oz SRG18000F 20/380, 25/310, 30/250, 50/655, 65/440, 80/345 28.4 oz It seems strange that Shimano would create a new product for about 30 extra yards of line and .3 ounces less weight. The differences are too small. Also the logic in the numbers seems off. There is only a 30 yard difference at 20 pound test... a 20 yard difference at 25 pound test...but there is a 55 yard difference at 50 pound test... and back to a 30 yard difference at 80 pound test... huh? If the spool is bigger, shouldn't the line quantity difference increase as the line test class decreases? Is there anything else I am missing? Mike P.S. Who the heck writes the specs for fishing equipment in general? Simple logic never seems to apply and specs are always less than 50% accurate nor are they 50% consistent.