bewhole;I am going to say Kato ez track A lot of people here swears by it. I myself have not used it yet.
Fixed. LOL for some reason I get that mixed up. :laugh:bewhole;
The roadbed track made by Kato is called "Unitrack." EZ-Track is made by Bachman.
Traction Fan :smilie_daumenpos:
Unless the N scale stuff is significantly different than the HO, it has one major drawback, too. The turnouts are absolute junk. Short points and embedded twin coil solenoids are just asking for trouble.As apparently the only Bachmann EZ-track user here, I will say it has one basic virtue - it is ~95% compatible with Atlas Code 80 N scale track. That can be handy if you want to use something like Atlas' little bridges. You can also use Atlas wired rail joiners if you have something like an MRC DC power pack to power your train. The one Atlas accessory that "doesn't play nice" with Bachmann EZ-track are the little yellow insulated rail joiners; (and although I haven't tried it myself) there is a workaround for that.
FYI, years ago I had the HO and N bugs but after an arson fire that destroyed my home and contents including all those trains, I drifted away from the hobby but returned in a major way after my retirement. This time however it's O gauge though I still have a few S, HO, N, and Z scale collections - - even a G gauge set.All they are going to use this for is for a temporary seasonal layout but I am hoping they "Catch the bug" and get into it further.