I haven't noticed any problems such as slow-cranking since replacing my original batter with the Everstart just short of two years ago, but I am curious about why I have had to do the window reset procedure twice in the last month. Two times now the rest of the windows wouldn't work from the driver's door switch and the auto down/up didn't work. Resetting the windows put everything back to normal. It happened again maybe a week later. That was a couple of weeks ago now I think and I haven't had any more issues. It seems like that window issue is almost always related to either a bad battery or the battery being disconnected for some reason. Of course I didn't notice the window problem either time until I had been driving down the road a while so the voltage read its usual 14.3 volts and I didn't look at what it was before starting the car. I've been checking it periodically since then and it has been okay.Second battery failure. This time Autozone Duralast battery failed after 7 months. Took the car into the dealer for an oil change/tire rotation and was told my battery was "bad" even though I have had zero problems. I should have asked what was wrong. Took the car back to Autozone and they tested it. They also told me it was "bad" .I asked what was wrong and the salesman said he did not know, The tester machine just said replace. The end result was a new battery at no charge. Not good, IMO, that my 3-year-old vehicle has been through three batteries. Glad I keep a jump starter in my OB.