Love the Inde strainer. Put one on my restored Ludwig NOB and replaced the bulky Dunnett strainer on one of my fav metal snares; the Dunnett 2N stainless. It protrudes 20mm less than the Dunnett and is a lot lighter. Heaven!
The INDe strainer is great-- I did the same on my 20's Ludwig NOB. Some day I'll get another one or two for my other favorite snares. But it was especially a no brainer to replace the original p-338 on this one which backed off or turned off altogether under harder playing.
That strainer looks great on a Dunnett - I should have put one on mine. Recently I was looking to get an Inde strainer for my Keplinger, but the hole size wouldn't work (Josh from Inde verified - he was great to deal with) - I ended up putting a Dunnett on the Kep, because it did fit, but I should have put the Inde on my Dunnett and moved the Dunnett over to my other drum.
The guy who runs the local drum shop used the Inde to replace the faulty stock Ludwig throw-off on a used Blacro I bought on ebay (seller was careful not to mention any issue with the throw off). Took him just a few minutes and it's been working like a charm for over a year now. Big +1 on the Inde.