I was looking for lubrication suitable for the rehabilitation of a few filthy locomotives I acquired, and came across "Liquid Bearings Synthetic Oil" on eBay. I was intrigued by the seller's seemingly intelligent description of the advantages of the product, enough so to ask the question, "Are you saying that this very fluid lubricant is superior to any viscous grease for such as worm gear sets?" His response was, "Absolutely yes. Most greases get extruded out of the area of interest quickly anyway, and they always dry and become sticky with time. Liquid Bearings does neither, sheeting out to a molecular thin layer which does not move unless washed away, and it never degrades and becomes sticky. It is simply the superior lubricant for virtually all applications except sealed bearings." Anyone have experience with this stuff, or can otherwise offer any informed criticism of it, pro or con?