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Yup. If you have room to move the master cylinder away without kinking the metal lines you won't have to bleed the brakes.
I just started using it (still on the 34 day free trial). What I like about it, is the ability to project my budget. I'm still going through the tutorials. What I love most is Rule #1 "Give a job to every dollar". I haven't been doing this but now I am.
I am excited to report that I found an excellent video of someone successfully using the shop vac approach.
If you are into woodworking, this guy's other videos are good. He's a bit of a savant.
Cz is pretty hard (8-8.5 on the MOHS scale), but white sapphire is harder (9). Moissanite, as was mentioned, is even harder (9) and diamonds are hardest (10). If I wanted a ring that looked like a diamond, I'd be going white sapphire in an ideal cut, or moissanite. They are both around 1/10 the cost of a new diamond. I've seen some cz look scratched and cloudy over time. Definitely get your rings cleaned to keep them looking their best! Most places will do it for free.I think that white sapphires are really pretty in their own right, to me they look like a big drop of cool pure water. But they don't sparkle like diamonds.