The other day I broke out my Tama Starclassic 5.5x14 for the first time since last April, 2015 when I had installed a fresh G1 on top, and a Hazy 300 on the bottom. When I went to tension the bottom head to 80 on the Drum Dial, all of a sudden I heard a rrrrrrrrrrrrrip, and saw the area near the wrinkle torn along the hoop for a good 6-7 inches. I never had this happen before, let alone on a drum and head that is hardly ever used. These heads are the first ones of the Level 360 that I ever purchased, which is disappointing, considering I have been an Evans player since 1999 pretty exclusively, In fact, I just re-headed my set with some new old stock, and those G1's are great! I think the coating on the heads is nicer than the new L360 my Tama snare, and so was the seating. Now that the L360's have been out a couple of years, you would think this would not be a problem, considering these are mounted on a quality drum. I can only think this is a one-off experience, and this won't happen again. Any similar experiences out here?