RobertW, The Sabine (bottom left with the big brass tightening screw)is the only capo that's been modified. It had little metal pieces meant to line it up with the fret. I removed these and when the plastic on the stirrup became damaged, I glued on some leather. The plastic pieces that contacted the springs became worn and I mailed the Sabine company and they sent me a bunch of replacements. Oh, I do turn over the sleeves on the Paige capos so the gold lettering is against the fretboard and the capo looks black. I am a fan of Paiges. They don't work past the fifth fret of a five string banjo, but I rarely capo that high on the banjo anyway.
Paige are fine I suppose. Just avoid the Paige Clik line.. It does not have the tether bar as in their original models. The neck saddle wobbles and goes off-center.