Rob Allen, What if you find out you prefer a McKenzie and a Land Rover after trying out many more than 2 different manufacturers? In other words, it is BS to tell someone what you prefer is what they should get too. Just like with a spouse or romantic partner of the opposite sex: Some women like men with long hair, some like men with full beards, some like men who are clean shaven, some like men who are bald. Some men prefer blondes, some brunettes, some red-heads, some are chest men, some are leg men, some like tall women, some like short women, some like women with long hair, some with short hair, etc. There is also no different when it comes to vehicles: Some like fast sports cars, some want only a practical car that get 30+ mpg, some want a small pickup, some a big 1 ton dually, others something in between, some want an SUV, some just want a wagon, some want a performance coupe, etc. Which is best for a given person? It depends and all of us (including you) know this.