GOOD POINTS? Oh what a feeling! Diesel Ruggered Roomy Reliable Easier to repair Parts availability Comfy Had some gear on it Capable Strong Safe BAD POINTS? It's not a VDJ-70 series No turbocharger Fuel economy suffers for a N/A engine 13L/100klms No power Slow WHAT MODS HAVE YOU DONE? None as yet but it came with; Bullbar Winch Snorkel GXL Alloys 33" MTZ's 3" Dobinson lift Spot lights (halogen) 20" small LED Lightbar Roof rack/platform Awning with lighting and annex Aftermarket stereo/bluetooth calling UHF radio Reverse camera Dual batteries WHAT MODS ARE ON THE LIST TO DO? Rear draws Sound deadening Pioneer Double-din head unit with amp and upgraded drivers Rhino pioneer tradey platform Fix aspiration - too restricted at present Seat upgrade Centre and overhead consols Gturbo & 3" exhaust - if I hang onto it WHY DID YOU BUY THIS VEHICLE? I wanted one for a while and after 2 years of sacrifice and patience due to mortgage etc, I found one. After owning the BT-50 and the 76 series, I felt a 100 series was as comfy as I was going to get for the price without extensive suspension engineering mods that a 70 series leaf-sprung vehicle will need. My days of big spends are over now I have a home loan. I shouldn't doubt it totally, but I do need to be realistic. HOW OFTEN DO YOU GO OFF ROAD? 2 - 3 times a week. WHAT WILL YOUR NEXT VEHICLE BE? Really not sure. I want to own a Cruiser till I can no longer tolerate riding in one, then might get a Disco 4 or something with true comfort. But until then I want to keep trying to enjoy the real 4x4's.