It was a nice jeep for sure. Couple issues I had with it, it got some minor body damage at the jamboree (they've fixed it), it has ~900 miles on it, the wheels and bumpers are ugly (bright red wheels and bumpers isn't my thing ), and the biggest issue is it's LHM. Despite it having had body damage and having more than a months worth of miles on it, they still wanted full MSRP + ~$15K in the aftermarket parts (they were at ~$70K for it). With that said, I did zero negotiating with them. I had absolutely no intention of buying yesterday, but my wife wanted to drive one and LHM was the closest/most convenient at the time. I'm 100% confident I could go have just about any other dealer build the same thing for the same price and it will be a factory new jeep without a month's worth of miles and no prior body damage. I'm even more confident I could buy the same (non-built) Jeep and have a shop do the same build for less . However, I really don't want to go over 37" tires, and kind of prefer 35" tires.I am not affiliated in anyway with LHMS but that JL build you drove is awesome. I wheeled with them during winter jamboree and it did great. They drove it down, wheeled it and drove it back home. They said the power is still there even with the 39.5 km3’s (really about a 38) and 4.10’s it drove and duned like a champ.