Okay, this may not be the most objective forum for this question, but here goes... First of all, I'm a lifelong Bronco guy...I've had 78 and 80 Big Broncos, a 76 Early Bronco and a 90 Bronco II (yeah, I know...Ha!). I currently own the 76 and 78, but due to a recent change in my marital status and the loss of the backup car, I'm in need of a more reliable daily driver. Yes, I could keep one of the Broncos for play and get a rice burner to drive to work, but I want 1 truck to do it all...daily driver, light to moderate 'wheeling, with the potential to upgrade to more aggressive 'wheeling in the future. The comparison I'm currently making is between the 89-91 K5 Blazer and a late-model (say 92-96) Bronco. The main reason the Blazer tempts the hell out of me is the combo of factory TBI and a solid front axle. You've got to go back to 79 to get a solid-axle Bronco, and anything with EFI is going to have a TTB front axle. I also know Chevy's are famous for being easy to upgrade with the interchangeability of parts (axles, engines, etc.) between a wide range of model years and platforms. Either one will require swapping to upgrade to more aggressive 'wheeling, but it seems the Blazer would be easier and cheaper in this regard. Sooo...thoughts? I fully expect some flaming/ribbing due to my Ford-Blue blood, but some (somewhat) objective opinions would be good, too BTW...great website!