I was off roading at a state ORV today (I'm still on the trip, I brought my computer with to do homework and the hotel has wireless) and there was a "hummer rally" I thought cool, I'll get to see some Humvees work. There was one H1 and the other 30 were H2's. So, after meeting the group at a mud hole and play spot, me and a couple of Jeeps go out to hit some trails. We do a couple fairly easy ones, and then get back on the main road to go to a different trail. We came over a hill and the hummer group was parked right in the middle, so nobody could get by! Some dealer had an H3 out there and the 30 H2 owners were watching it work an easy section. Mike (TJ on 35's locked at both ends) decided to drop down into the gorge next to the section because the guy was going an inch every five minutes so he didn't hurt the paint job and the H2 owners weren't gonna move until he was done. Mike starts in, gets about 50 yards, all the hummer guys are now watching him instead of the H3. I drop in, get to a point where my right front tire droops to the max, and the body mount pulls through. The fan hits the shroud and makes a gawdawful noise. I power out of it to bring everything back in line and continue on my merry way. By this time...the guy driving the dealer's H3 is parked, out of his truck, and watching us work in amazement. Video cameras are rolling, pictures are being taken, and we feel like celebrities. Soooo....if you're on any H2 sites in the next few days, look for my rig, 2 different guys filmed me the whole length of the gorge Sorry, that's my dumb story for the day, but I found it pretty entertaining how a decently built Jeep and a decently built Chevy can make a "hummer owners" jaw drop in amazement. They came to Gilbert for an "off-road class" and I didn't see a dirty rig in the bunch.