JUST who can stop the new Giants' juggernaut?
Coach Jon Sharp's in-form side secured a fourth Super League win for the first time in the Giants' history to continue their amazing climb up the table.
Harlequins arrived in town in a healthy top-six position and on the back of victories over the likes of champions St Helens at Knowsley Road.
But the Londoners had no real answer to their hosts, who turned the screw with a dominant second-half performance.
Yet while the Giants were full value for their 30-point winning margin, this was far from being their most accomplished performance.
And that, arguably, is the most encouraging aspect of all.
There were times when they were guilty of squandering possession far too easily, while their defensive line was broken far too often during a worrying spell midway through the opening period.
That was when the Quins scored two of their three tries to underline what a quality side they can be.
Apart from then, however, the Giants still had more than enough to deal with the potential threat of their visitors, who had gone into the contest on the back of an unbeaten four-match run.
Huddersfield wasted little time making their presence felt as they took the game to the opposition from the start.
Within five minutes, Quins were being forced to drop-out from under their own posts following a typical darting run from Ryan Huson.
And two minutes later, the Giants were over for the first of their eight tries when Brad Drew and Stuart Jones combined to send Jamahl Lolesi charging over.
Chris Thorman hit the post with his coversion attempt from the touchline.
But he made no mistake with a penalty after 15 minutes to underline the home side's early dominance.
Yet midway through the half, the visitors levelled the scores against the run of play to prove this wold be no walk in the sun.
A superb tackle from Paul Reilly had initally denied Chad Randall a try.
But there was stopping him moments later when he crashed through and Rob Purdham added the extras.
The afternoon became even more uncomfortable nine minutes later when Tyrone Smith beat Martin Aspinwall to a Danny Orr kick-through to make it 10-6.
A Scott Hill break almost put the Quins over for a third before Huddersfield finally began to stamp their authority.
That process got under way in the 32nd minute when Thorman popped up in the left centre position to feed Reilly to finish off in style and for Thorman to land a magnificent touchline conversion.
It was now 12-10 and the Giants were on their way, with try No3 coming in the 37th minute.
And it as an absolute beauty!
Reilly made it all possible, collecting the ball from acting half-back on halfway in centrefield.
Despite heavy traffic, he weaved and stepped through numerous markers before releasing Steve Snitch, who produced a superb injection of pace to finish off.
Thorman again goaled and then landed a penalty after Lee Hopkins had been sent to the sin-bin for preventing a rampaging Jones from playing a quick play-the-ball on the Quins' tryline.
At 20-10, the Giants had the second-half momentum.
And with Hopkins out of the action for 10 minutes, the home side took full advantage.
Before the second-rower had returned to the field, Huddersfield had added a further 12 points to take the game away from their opponents.
Snitch grabbed his second try in the 46th minute after Kevin Brown had toe-poked a Drew grubber kick into his path to score.
Then three minutes later, Chris Nero broke from deep and linked up with Stephen Wild, who fed Thorman to race away.
At 32-10, the Giants were out of sight - but far from finished.
In the 57th minute, an exquisite pass from Brown found Nero, who cut through and stepped past the final marker to touch down.
Then almost straight from the kick-off, Aspinwall broke clear inside his own 20 and raced 50m to put the Giants on the attack.
The ball was immediately worked to the left for Thorman to kick perfectly to the corner where Wild was waiting to collect and score.
Former Giants forward Jon Grayshon's 77th-minute try did take some of the gloss over this latest success.
But it still didn't prevent the Giants from boasting the fact they now have the best defensive record in the competition and, at the same time, are at last proving to be an unstoppable force!