My Medalist 1494 and 1594 reels are set up for LH drive, and I have noticed that the clicker is louder when I'm reeling in than when a fish is stripping out line. To me, this seems bass-akwards. I prefer the quieter click (or none at all) when reeling in, and the louder one that sings out when a fish is running off line. If I switch the reels over to RH drive, then I'll get the desired effect. The reels will now sing louder when the line is paying out. I haven't figured out how to get the clickers to work the way I like 'em to when I have the reels set up for LH drive. So they are going back to RH drive, so I can enjoy their vocals. Can the clickers be changed so that the louder sound is produced when line is being stripped off the reels, if they are set up for LH drive? My 1492 1/2 is RH drive (only), and I have both clickers engaged so that it really screams when a nice fish rips out some line. I have it loaded with a 4 wt Cortland clear camo intermediate full-sinking line for lake fishing, and I often hook into some dandy trout that really get it singing.