Many of you had seen Debra,s gecko green 4dr(how could you not see it). That Jeep is gone and here is what happened. Over the last 8 months we had some very odd quirks with it, intermidantly the sound on the radio would randomly cut off when the tail lights lit up(brakes,turn signals). It was annoying but wasn't a huge deal, we took it back to Steve White a couple times, they came up blank twice and the third time they had an engineer from Ohio come look at it, he came up with nothing as well. We all knew there was a short somewhere but no one could find it, I still feel like it was something stupid simple and was just not found. On the third round the engineer said Chrysler wanted the Jeep back and would buy the Gecko back. She really hated the Idea of loosing that color. I was truly happy with how Chrysler treated us through the buyback, they kept us in the loop and besides being delayed for Christmas were timely and answerd all our questions. Not going into boring detail, but we had a choice, get a new 14 sport with the exact same specs for what we owed currently, or upgrade for very little extra. We opted to upgrade, ended up paying very little more for the Rubicon with the credits from the buyback, they coverd dock fees, tags, and admin fees. Don't want to go into detailed numbers ,but we are only paying 5 bucks more a month for a Jeep stickerd at about 7,000 more than the sport she had. Im sure they made their money, but we are happy how it worked out, there is no way we could have got it for the price we did if we had just came into buy it. This one is going to get used, some trail duty potts/ure daytrips, camping trips etc. Tire size will stay stock 1 inch in front to level it is done, stabilizer flip with a fox is done, Sliders from Gecko are on, Front and rear diff skids are here, sway bar disconnect skid on the way, oil pan skid on the way, front control arm skids are on. Engo 9,000 winch with synthetic is here, winch plate for stock bumper mounting is on the way. And that will be done sir done, leave it at that, should be plenty for light/moderate trail duty.