Hello. Name is Jim. Retired Navy Chief. Bought the Liberty brand new in 2003 while stationed in Damneck, VA. Soon after purchase, bottomed out going over a freakin' curb. Don't do much off-roading but wanted some clearance when needed, so had a Revtek spacer lift installed front, Daystar rear with Ranchos. That lift is still on there after about 17 years. Soon after the lift, I installed Rubicon wheels, skid plates, hitch front and rear, clear front corners, fog lights, boulder bars, chrome grill, roof basket (since removed), chipped it (since removed), tried a couple of different catback exhausts but put stock back on, thried both platinum and iridium plugs but am back to NGK copper, didn't need brakes but installed Napa Gold pads and rotors, 20% front window tint, Husky liners and Jeep cargo tray, debadged the doors ... debadged the whole Jeep but added the hood and tail gate ones back on, and joined a couple of Liberty forums including this one (i think). I quit hanging out on the forums about 14 or so years ago and have no idea what my screen name was back then and my ISP and email have long since changed, so I can't retrieve that info. All recalls are up to date. Things that have gone wrong over the years: Passenger side valve cover oil leak, 4-wheel light stayed on even when not in 4-wheel drive, so pulled the center console and selector lever to change the position switch. Low beam headlights went out and the dealership determined the fault was internal to the fuse block. The fuse block is no longer available and rather than pull a salvaged on, I just jumpered the low beam relay and put a toggle switch on the dash. Several vacuum hoses replaced, mostly the ones at the firewall on the driver's side and one down by the transmission. Replaced the seat covers a couple of years ago because of wear on the driver's seat. I only run non-ethanol gas in the Liberty. While expensive, I find in retirement (soon be 67), I don't fill up but once a month or so. Sometimes only every couple of months. Tires are Michelin LTX P245/70-16. Last week I replaced the Rancho shocks with Old Man Emu N132L. Since doing so, I like OME so much, I will be putting OME struts and coils and OME rear springs when I get motivated enough to do it LOL. I don't have or need a cell phone, so I installed a VicTsing FM transmitter with my song collection on a micro SD card. MUCH better than the in dash 6-CD changer. I don't normally name inanimate objects but this Liberty has served me well for 17 years and earned a name. Meet "Ruby".