The \"Perfect\" setup debate (please read!) As a newbie to this site I have found the information on this site wonderful but very scattered. Us poor newbies can have a terrible time stumbling around looking for suggestions for an overall setup. We ask the same questions over and over and that can irritate some of you "old hands". I may have an answer to this problem. I would like to propose that together we hash out several "perfect" setups. Before to turn the flames on me please hear me out. I am well aware that there can be no perfect setup. What I am suggesting is a running debate, followed by a vote on several standard Blazer/Jimmy types. I feel that we keep this a civil debate we can "discover" some if not perfect then at least very effective setups. This is your opportunity to have it out, your favorite parts and settings laid bare for the world to see. Is TBI the way and the light? Are chrome shocks a must have item? Is 12" of lift too much? Imagine all this drama, up to date and in one place!! If anyone is interested in this chance I feel step 1 is to define the overall categories for discussion. For clarity please post just your thoughts on this idea and possible categories for now. Some of my suggestions for possible categories: Stock Plus: All the needed fixes to run a near stock street machine for many trouble free years. Mild Machine: Daily driver that can go camping with the family. All-Around: This would be a tough one, The "Holy Grail" of the K5 world. The truck that you would not hesitate to take onto the rocks, into the swamp and to work every day. Mud Hog: All the mud you can eat! A purpose built mud slinging Demon, the truck you want to see crest the hill when you are buried up to the frame rails. Rock Climber: Rock on! This should be the K5 that mountain goats fear!