That's all well and good but nothing more than preference as many like the plush car like ride(I'm with you myself, I like a solid truck feel). I just wondered what his idea of junk was as it varies considerably depending on the person. Some consider too soft a ride, not as many features, overpriced, etc to be junk, where others feel junk means it won't run right, has mechanical problems, electrical issues, etc. Those are two vastly different scenarios imo yet often described by the same term. I wasn't arguing just clarifying really.