I sure want to put in my 50 cents worth. Like the Obama joke--I call him Obama Bin Laddin--he rubs the people for magic amounts of money. +++++++Chrysler--NOT happy with the way they have gone over the years. WHY get rid of popular, proven tough cars?--such as the Dodge Dart, Monaco,-- The Smaller '80's Charger, Omni, K-cars, Daytona's--then the Intrepid/Concorde & probably a couple more? Why can't they keep a certain brand year in & out like the Chev. Impala or Ford Rustang? --This stinks. Who wants a Crossfire or Prowler that stays around a couple years--then disappears? Also continue with turbo technology--these are great horsepower makers with economy 4 cylinders--but also incorporate them in the sixes, & v-8's. Also--a word synonomous with Chrysler--TANKS. Fine, to have a big ram truck--but also have a smaller, lighter version with light metals--AND normal size rims (16"). Why do they have to follow "the leader"-whoever that may be? Case in point: The Rustang--big engine--7-800 lbs. lighter than the Challenger designed to beat it. Camaro 4-500 lbs. lighter. Who's going to be faster? Of course the Hemi is fastest--but it's hauling a lot of unneeded weight--with ridiculous 19" rims--which means bigger brakes--which means beefier suspension, --plus a bunch of other unneeded weight items--therefore it's a slower car because of the weight problem which also causes loss of fuel mileage,& more parts wear. Viper--way overpriced--most buy cheaper Corvette junk. Put smaller wheels on it--throw in a hemi as an option also. USE YOUR BRAINS Chrysler designers. Keep each model nearly the same for 5 years--then change style. Use some of Fiat's brains also for weight reduction. Good night!