We finally received about 3 inches of rain in the last week,so I took the F75 to a n 1872 church that I hunted in February. When I hunted it in February, I was only able to find one green Indian that gave very low mid 50's numbers. This time around I gridded off the side yard while hunting in ALL Metal with the Nel 12 X 13 Tornado coil. The Wheats all gave high 50 to low 60's numbers and were soft hits in the 8-9 inch range. The Indian Head read a constant 57-58 VDI and I felt that it was going to be an Indian before I dug it. The Buffalo Nickels both were reading 27-34 and though they were not loud hits, they hit well enough that the numbers didn't bounce much. The Barber Dime was about 8" and gave me a "wide" reading that was not very loud. I thought it was going to be a deep piece of scrap copper when I was digging it. I feel the gridding of the wet soil made the difference today...Thanks for looking.