I have been reading a ton of mixed reviews about the Kato magnetic inline uncouplers and their reliability. Am planning this whole run with Unitrack and would like to have a loco on a parallel track and turnout that I can uncouple my oil cars and switch locos to. I found a Gaugemaster electromagnet with pushbutton actuator (https://www.gaugemasterretail.com/magento/seep-gmc-em1.html) that looked super slick until I saw a YT video of it and it comes off pretty janky in operation - actually had to be put back in place by hand, which to me defeats the purpose. Finding an old Kadee in n-scale is not easy, affording it seems even harder. I had considered fashioning a small electromagnet on a switch mounted below the rails, similar to how the Gaugemaster is designed, but am afraid of something homemade affecting the loco (perfect example - a tiny 200N e-magnet is about $10, and when energized can produce up to 45lb of pull. These Kato locos cost too much to sabotage with that real science stuff) I mean, a Rix is still a foolproof method (I say that, but I'd be the one to frack that up lol), but not nearly as much fun. Do you guys just go with the inlines and "hope for the best", or is there a better way to rig one up to make it work reliably?