Sorry to start yet another roof rack thread, but I've searched and come up with little in the way of comparison between these 2 rather similar racks. I'm considering getting either an African Outback or Hannibal rack. My 100 is my daily driver and I would only need the rack a few times or so a year, so the ability to remove the rack / put it on in a reasonable amount of time is important. Taking it off when it isn't needed would obviously be best for fuel economy. The consensus from what I've read seems to be that the AO rack is a pain to take off and put on. Otherwise, there don't seem to be any downsides to the AO rack. From what I can tell from the few pictures I've found (such as this one), it looks like the Hannibal would be pretty easy to take off / put on as needed. From what I can tell, the mounting rail mounts to the roof then the rack is put onto it and held on with 3 bolts on each side. If this is true, it should be an easy 10-15 minute job to put it on or take it off after the initial installation. Can someone confirm if it's as easy as the pictures suggest? AO and Hannibal appear to have pretty similar options available for their racks - both have removable side rails, both have tie down loops that can be put just about anywhere, both have hi-lift and shovel brackets, etc. People seem to prefer the AO racks, but they're similar enough to the Hannibal racks, that it isn't clear to me why one would be strongly prefered over the other. As to purchasing them, I'd have to get the AO rack from Slee and believe I could get the Hannibal from Atlantic British (in NY). Since I live in MA, shipping for the Hannibal would probably be a lot less. I've dealt with AB in the past with no complaints and have heard nothing but good things about Slee, so I'm comfortable either way there. Opinions are welcome, but keep in mind that ease of taking the rack off when not needed is a high priority.