I do not want to bog down the diy forum with my rocket science ideas but I just wanted to see what other thought of my idea to solve a problem; not specific to BMW. I was under the car today trying to wrench the transmission sump pan bolts down to 9lbs per the Bentley manual after my partial flush. I went to Napa ready to fork out $50 for a digital torque wrench and they started at around $200, not in the budget. Under the car it is very hard to get directly under a pointer type torque wrench, fairly cheap, and see what the heck the number is within at least 5 psi. I need to get glasses and the scale is always 2 ft left or right of you. I cut and bent a little strip off a page of the Bentley manual about the size of a match stick. I taped this to the scale in such a way that the pointer would cause the paper to move in a manner like a small Beagle wagging its tail, when the desired torque was reached. Can you see how this would be easy to see and increase the accuracy of the tool. Kudos or just more stinkin' thinkin?