Well, it almost has 300 miles on it. I decided to check this morning and make sure the 4WD works.... it does. No dirt posing/wheeling pictures since the wife was in a dress and sandals and wouldn't get out to take any while I was wheeling. Only pic I took was in the parking lot at lunch. She said I need to get her the roll bar loop handle, and a sports bra for all the bouncing lol. She had a good time and I didn't scare her, too bad except for almost getting stuck. I will say I am impressed with what this thing does stock, and on street tires. I had about a 50ft long mud/water trough in front of me. I watched an OJ era bronco on 35's go through. He gets out turns around and waves me in. I went in in 4H in 2nd gear. Whoops, deeper then I though, down shift to first and BARELY made it out. The water/mud was up to the front bumper..... figured out why. Note to all of you that have one, make sure TCS IS OFF BEFORE you go into water/mud or try and climb anything. It see's the wheels slipping in mud and goes crazy. It resets when you cycle the key which is what I figured out in muddy water up to my door sills. In 4Lo TCS will shut it off automatically. It climbed whatever I pointed it up in 4Lo like a damn mountain goat. Nice steep rutted ridge trail, a few 4-5 foot tall steep embankments with a nasty break over to check the skids. And no body damage. Just some pinstripes from brush.