That's because we bought it! Last night. Commander that is. silver w/ grey inter. 4.7 v8, 1.73 ratio, base model with rear ac, off road pkg. I have had twinges of buyers remorse in the past but not one tiny bit w this one. Boy, has it got a nice ride, the power is sweet and it looks great especially when you're sitting in the drivers seat. I don't need to tell you other owners that but the newbies that don't have one yet might be interested. This is how the transaction went: our trade in: 2001 tj w 4" lift, 74000 miles, good condition.we owed $8500 .they started with these nos. They'll give us $9000 for the tj ( less than we expected) the invoice is 30,746.00 minus 2,000 .00rebates plus 500.00 over invoice plus 45.00 doc fees plus 2,425.00 tax. so $314908 is the price of the loan. 7.5% interest (ouch) 6 year loan w/ pymnts of $544.44 per month. No good for us. A 5year loan would be 6.29% $613.02 month or $500 month with $5800 down. No good. then they offered $2400.00 down 6yr at $500. month but we want extended warranty too so that would bring our pymnt up to approx $540 per month or $4500 down at $498. per month. No good. they said, Ok, how about we throw in the extended warranty. you give us $2000 down and the tj ( we'll give you $9400 for it) and you make $500.04 for 6 years. They also threw in 2 jeep key chains and 4 ski lift tickets. Well, that was it for us! Those shiny key chains did the trick. Then we go to the loan lady and we added the gap insurance and our final pymnt is $520.00 I think we did ok. I feel good about it. I can't believe how much car you get for the money especially compared to the wranglers at the prices they're going for. We went straight to the parts dept and ordered fog lamps, chrome grill, chrome front deflector, chrome gas cap and we bought a fire-road trail map book for california. Thanks for listening. Oh,yeah we went for a drive today and already got a compliment on our nice ride.