There must be an economic/environmental/production speed, advantage to so many whites, greys and silvers, because that is the majority of factory colors. I think a lot of it is dealer driven, ordering cars in the neutral-bland arena, to be able to sale them easier. The factory then thinks the neutral-bland colors are popular and makes more, then the dealerships look at their records and think, "we sell a lot of neutral-bland colors", and it becomes a never ending, self fulfilling prophesy, cycle of neutral-bland. Ralph Gilles told us that Jeep Green was the most popular color, for Wranglers in 2008, so naturally they promptly discontinued it. Every time a green comes out, it is quickly sold out. Gecko was very popular, as was the Dozer and Crush, along with Detonator Yellow and the strikingly blue color. The tan is a great color for Jeeps as well, but seems to sell slower, or perhaps it's availability? Either way, it was a bit of work to find the Commando Green in the trim package and model I wanted. My dealer was great in not only tracking it down, but securing the dealer swap. The first two I found on-line were sold within hours, my dealer found the last one here in So-Cal. Kudos to Redlands Jeep!