On one hand we loved our DII. It had some quirks, the front passenger seats were a little cramped was probably our biggest complaint, besides reliability. We lived in a smaller community in southern Indiana so it was a unique SUV and that was kind of cool. I did a lot of business with a local tire shop so I took it there for some new treads. When I went to pick it up Jason (salesman) was like WTF. Said when it was on the rack the whole shop was over checking it out. His comment was "that thing is built like a fucking tank". I'd still have it if it weren't for all the trips to LR of Louisville followed by it overheating one time and dropping a cylinder sleeve.Yeah, I feel the same on the DII. Just never really wanted to own one. There are some pluses over the D1 yet the D1 just seems to suit me better. Especially as my ‘96 SD is totally stock.