I'm in the market for a new hydraulic floor jack. I rotated the tires a couple weeks ago on my Liberty and my floor jack would no longer lift. So I had to do the whole rotation with just the factory scissor jack and a couple jack stands. Not fun! I did some troubleshooting on my floor jack. It's a 2 1/2 ton MVP brand from Wal Mart and it's about 5 years old. I added some hydraulic fluid to it and bled out the air as the instruction sheet indicated. It didn't help. I also replaced the o-ring on the plunger and bled the air again. That didn't help. I'm pretty sure this jack is done. So now I am shopping for a new jack. I have looked at bottle jacks, but they just don't seem as stable to me, plus most don't have the height I am looking for, I rather have a floor jack. I would prefer something with about 20 inches of max height. What I am trying to figure out is if it is worth the money to spend more money and get an expensive jack, or if I should just buy another $60 jack and use it until it dies. Most all of the floor jacks look very similar, I would suspect they may even all come from the same manufacturer and are just painted different colors with different decals and distributed to the various stores. I read the reviews on the Craftsman website and apparently those jacks are total junk. I would expect better from Craftsman. My dad is using a 3 ton from Harbor Freight and he said it does pretty good, but it will leak down over time. I looked at Wal-Mart's offerings today and they still sell the MVP brand, but the models they had were not even as good as what I have... $20 jacks rated at 2 tons and 13 inches of height. As much as I hate scissor jacks, I must say the factory one in my Jeep worked pretty well. At least I know if I ever get a flat, it will get the job done on the side of the road. I did throw a small piece of 2X6 scrap wood in my toolbox to give me a little more height and more stable base with it. So what do you guys use? What are you happy with? What brands should I stay away from?