Pros: Cheap, durable, tuneable, reliable, streetable, works on both accel and decel
Cons: Rebuilding a clutch-type is time-consuming, not as smooth as helic
Pros: Usually the best for FWD, noticeably smoother than clutch-type, durable.
Cons: Not as adjustable as clutch-type, typically one of the more expensive diffs.
Pros: Really good at putting power down, aids in turning, settings can be changed on the fly.
Cons: This is absolutely not a DIY solution, really expensive.
Pros: It can prevent you from getting stuck and dying in the woods.
Cons: All or nothing design compromises streetability.
Pros: I mean it kinda works as an LSD some of the time?
Cons: Horribly inefficient, wears out quickly.
Pros: Cheap, slower lateral rotation than a limited slip makes it easier for n00bs to drive in slippery conditions.
Cons: Getting stuck, traction-deficient in inclement conditions, not being able to put power down, pegleg peels at the dragstrip, the roasting you’ll get from your mates if the open diff is in a RWD car.