sorry my picture isnt good enough for you, jeep god.
We do an event here in AZ every 3 months called Jeep101. The more astute wheelers take their time to coach us beginners and inexperienced. They do a beginner course 3.0 trail, a moderate 4.0 , and an extreme 4.5 trail. The only vehicles that could not make it up the beginner were a KJ, WJ, and YJ. Only reason the YJ couldn't was because he broke a motor mount on the entry to the trail. The other two mall crawlers couldn't tough it.
I guess I should say I have nothing against mall cruiser Jeeps, I just don't think of them when I think Jeep. They are not nearly as off road capable as Jeep originally meant their vehicles to be. They are infact marketed as daily drivers and weekend dirt road campers. I don't think there is anyone that will argue that. The wrangler platform is designed with wheelers in mind, even the JK, which I would love if it weren't for the power everything.