I opened my bonnet to top up my power steering fluid and just as I had finished the job the bonnet came crashing down in an instant, BANG!, with no warning whatsover! If my head had been under it at the time, as it was a few seconds earlier, I could have been killed or at the very least seriously injured! It made me apprecieate how heavy the KJ's steel bonnet actually is. If it had been lighter, and made of GRP say, my obviously worn the gas struts would have still held it up, and even if it did fall it would have had a lot less momentum behind it making it less dangerous to work under. This incident has renewed my interest in getting a lightweight GRP bonnet made for my KJ. A lighter weight GRP bonnet would only bring positive benefits for KJ owners...It would lower the KJ's centre of gravity, which would improve both the KJ's on-road handling, its off road ability, and it would save fuel as you won't be lugging around so much unnecessary bulk. It will never rust, and it would even be possible to provide a nicer looking bonnet design than the original too if enough potential customers wanted it. All it requires is an initial GRP mould to be made, using a KJ bonnet to provide the shape. Used steel KJ bonnets can bought for under £40 ($60) on ebay so at least that part of the process won't be too expensive. The rest is messy, potentially dangerous work, best left to professionals IMO. I have made enquiries with several specialist GRP moulding companies in the UK and I'm waiting for their quotes. If there was enough interest from other KJ owners, and they could put deposits up front to split the cost, this could be an affordable and beneficial project for all involved. So what do you guys think?