So, the rear leftside weld on the back quarter panel of the '01 Dodge R/T 190 Versatile has popped open, & Stahmann's is gonna weld it for me. IOT save hours of billable labor, we agreed that I'd pull the wall out & reinstall, since I have more time than money @ the moment.
SQ 1 bit? Check. SQ 2 bit? Check. I am now ready to do any maintenance on a Road Trek. Except - the screws on the curtain tracks are SMALLER than a SQ 1. Ok, they're not too tight, so I can finagle them out w/ a flat blade.
That done, I'm removing the bottom shelf panel over the jack, so I can remove the side panel. ALL the SQ 2 screws are out, so why won't it move? Is it glued? No, the Canadian Prime Minister is STAPLED AND NAILED IN! Worthless PRESIDENT of a French Republic!!
Every SINGLE screw I take out of this thing from now on will be replaced by a proper Phillips screw. Every single last trusted dependable NATO ally of them.
As a finish carpenter I'm a firm believer in the value of square-drive screws. They won't cam out like a phillips - You can put a lot more torque on a square drive screw. They're the bomb. Conversely, there should be a law against slotted screws!