I have been using MIP heavy duty axles at the rear end and FLM dueller CVDs at the front for quite a while now without a single issue. In fact the only issues I had were stripped wheels and an increasing number of scratches and dents in the body.
Yesterday evening I heard a funny noise and noticed weird behaviour of my car. I only needed a little throttle to make it do a right turn without turning the steer on my transmitter.
After inspection the dogbone of the FLM axle appeared to have popped out of it's cup and I broke the pin with connects the MIP axle to the diff. The threaded part was still in it's place, so the Loctite did it's work.
I am somewhat surprised that the dogbone managed to get out, because it was impossible to get it back in without disconnecting the tie rod from the caster block first.
Luckily I only needed a new pin to get my LWD back to 4x4 again.
Lessons learned: Don't underestimate the grip of the JConcepts Subcultures (12mm hexes of Rulux rims are still doing fine) and stop getting your Pede back on its wheels with the full throttle/brake trick.