Of everyone I know, there are many varying levels of dedication to trucks, 4x4s and off-roading/motorsports. There are those who rarely go out with us (lack of money, big families, having babies, work schedules, etc). Then there are the moderates, who go out about half the time they get the chance, but just aren't into it the other half of the times. Then theres me. If I'm not progressing on a truck or 4x4 by working on it, then I'm out driving somewhere. There are the Hardcores, who only go to certain events or wheeling runs which are extreme challenges and require total preparation and spare parts of every sort. If theres no huge challenge, it's boring. There are the softcores, who own a truck or 4x4 but rarely get dirty or go off road. If its very difficult, they dont want to try it. There are the intermediates that like to just go and have a good times, whether its challenging or just spinning around. And again, theres me. Put me behind the wheel of one of my rigs (when running) and I'll twist some stupidly high RPMs, or attempt stuff that I shouldn't and push my vehicles and driving capabilities to my limits... or give me a boredom streak and a 2wd truck (or even a car) and a puddle or hill, and I can still keep myself entertained for a long while. I guess I'd consider myself dedicated and one who can fall into ALL of these categories. As long as it's 4x4 or truck related, I won't get bored, and I'll probably find it fun. Even if its something that looks like "work".