Got another chance to take the pumpkin out. It was deer opener in Wisconsin so of course the blaze orange came in handy. We had 15 rigs at the beginning of the day and ended up with 5 or so due to a little breakage and lots of body damage. A couple inches of snow melted in the morning and made things unbelievably slippery. It was a good time, I didn't break anything except a window and totalled my door but you'll read that story in a second. Some of the rigs that came out: Somebody brought their Subaru out. Half an hour later he was stuck hopelessly at the bottom of the entrance hill trying to get out of park. Steve and a couple other rigs staid to help and the rest of us went off to play. Two hours later Steve came and asked me to come help. All the other rigs were just sliding around. The heavy fullsize and it's monstrous winch saved the day. Me burying the truck on Donkeypunch. About 2 seconds after this photo was taken I punched it and dug straight down and buried it over the axle tubes. Can't remember the name of the hill but tire speed was everyone's friend all day. Me trying to crawl a crack on Bob's Well. Short story: I got throttle happy and killed my door. Long story: I was shooting for the naming rights on a virgin trail. Two people tried it before me and had to winch. I got all the way to the end and there was one nasty ledge keeping me from glory. I tried a few different lines and different speeds and eventually I realized that it was balls out or a no go. I told my co-pi to hang on, backed up and gave it hell. I had my back tires almost all the way up and everything went sideways. I kept on it to try and make it but slammed into a tree first. It broke my window, creased the interior panel, and popped the door open. It was creased so bad that the latch wouldn't even reach the striker anymore. Soooo...I hooked up the winch, and removed the door at the top of the hill. The trail remains un-named. The aftermath: There's a little bit of new bling on the front of the tow rig courtesy of Black Mesa Offroad. They once again came through with a great price, fast shipping, and awesome overall service. I'll do a small writeup on the wiring over Thanksgiving break. The rest of the pics I currently have are located here. There were a couple guys taking pictures of my rig so I'll probably have more in a couple of days if you want to see them.