So I've spent the last few years with my Boardwalk S1 by my side pretty much all the time and had the pleasure of exploring all sorts of places around my University, like Upper Newport Bay and getting lost in Irvine, but I don't think it's up for the rest of the ridiculous amounts of abuse that happens to me on a day to day basis ("dodge the texting pedestrian in the bike lane" is not a fun game). Not to mention how I'm about to start tackling about 20+ miles of commuting per day. (But I will admit that part of this is me justifying folderitis).
Nonetheless, the utter convenience of folding has got me hooked, so I've been looking around to find some folder that can handle the abuse, be a bit more suitable towards efficient commuting, and still give me the wonderful convenience of folders.
I noticed the Bullhorn a little while ago and I really like the Nexus 7 speed hub and sheer toughness of it all, but I'm only concerned about the lockjaw folding thingamajig. The fact that in order to fold it, you need to take an Allen wrench and unscrew parts of it has me very concerned (and wracking my mind for possible jury-rigs around it). Between the train, classroom(s), train, and home, I'll be folding and unfolding it quite a few times per day. I fear that I'll end up wearing out the little parts that need to be unscrewed.
It's at the edge of my budget, so I just want to make sure I've done enough research before making a purchase.
Any thoughts on this lockjaw system that I should be aware of?