Just got back from a trip to Southwest Colorado from Southern Indiana and thought I would share the experience. The trip out was mostly uneventful other than crosswinds in Kansas which were expected but damn what a pain. Went over Wolf Creek pass both heading out and coming back and I was really impressed with the Expy's power and handling. Glad I put new pads and rotors on the front and back as they were needed on the way out due to a much steeper descent (more 7% grades) than the other direction. Coming back home the Expy pulled up Wolf Creek with no issues at all and the trans temp never climbed above 210 degrees though the outside temp was only 71 degrees. As I mentioned in another post I ran into an issue where a coil pack went bad so had to get the vehicle towed to a dealership in Fulton, Mo. They were great folks to deal with and found a couple of issues I was unaware of my water pump was leaking which I had them fix and then they noticed the front driveshaft was shooting out grease which since I wasn't using 4 wheel drive I will get fixed back home. We parked our camper on their lot for three days till the water pump came on Monday morning and then got home that night. They let us plug into their electricity and fill our fresh water tank plus give us a courtesy car to use while we were there. Great customer service made a difficult situation bearable and really almost fun. So if you are crossing Missouri and have an issue near Fulton I personally recommend Fulton Ford for how they took care of our situation.