I have been having trouble getting my Beep's reverse to work correctly. Out of curiousity I called RMT's customer service to see if they could give me any ideas as to why. When I told him I was using a CW-80 transformer, he immediately knew what the problem was. He explained that when you shut the throttle down, the power does not go all the way off and it doesn't let the Beep cycle through it's forward reverse and neutral properly. In order to drain that last little bit of power, he suggested hooking up a light or some other accessory directly to a CTC Lockon on the track rather than to the transformer. He also told me how to check and make sure it wasn't the Beep malfunctioning by lifting it off the rails while the throttle was on. The first time you lift it off and set it back on the track, the Beeps should go into neutral mode. The second time should put the Beep into reverse. The third will put it back in neutral and the forth cycles it back into forward gear. After testing the Beep this way, I've found that it does work properly so now I've got to dig out one of my old accessories to drain the power on the CW-80. I realize this is probably another blow to the head for the CW-80 as much as it's a thumbs-up for RMT but it still isn't enough of an issue to make me sorry I bought it. And Beeps rock!