I used a torque wrench quite often when I was a Nissan tech. My thinking was that if a person is willing to spend $100/hour to get their car fixed at the dealer, I should at least do on my part the job the right way. Lug nuts I would use the impact with a torque stick and then double-check with a torque wrench once I dropped it down off the lift. I still do the same thing, today, on my vehicle and the few people's vehicles I work on the side; I no longer work in the automotive field. I'm sure I am one of the exceptions, though, unfortunately.Just a fyi for newbies make sure the torque wrench isn't binding on the cross member. When torqueing the transmission drain plug. LOL.