Are those push-in-from-the-bottom Grado styli really as fragile as people say. I normally don't worry about breaking a stylus if I'm swapping needles on a Shure, Stanton, or Pickering. But it appears that some people need to watch training videos just to install a Grado needle. Some needle sellers say a special tool is needed to remove and replace Grado needles. There seem to be a lot of be-careful-don't-break-it-when-installing-it-careful-careful-careful sorts of cautions when you start reading about replacing Grado styli. Except you don't find those warnings if you go to Grado's 4ourears.net outlet store, nor do you even find any specifications for needles on their item detail pages, like this one: http://www.4ourears.net/Grado_blue_replacement_stylus_p/4e-blue1rsty.htm Reading the current AK thread on the new Grado Black2 < http://audiokarma.org/forums/index.php?threads/new-grado-black2.794914/ > doesn't exactly give one much confidence in Grado's communication abilities or their quality control, as if the company is composed of a core of brilliant scientists surrounded by far less competent manufacturing and marketing, including a few dunces. Good thing they seem to be good at handling returns.