Assuming it's going to happen, I would hope the rear overhang would have much better departure angles than the ones built by AEV. I realize it would result in a smaller bed, but that could be where Jeep falls short and lets RAM pick up where Jeep leaves off. In other words, if you need the larger bed for plywood or to haul that new 100" tv across town, then maybe a Wrangler type truck isn't the right option. I don't believe Hummer was concerned with truck beds when it made it's H2 SUT. But it still sold quite well. I'm not sure how many were built, but when they were up and running they were hard to find in my neck of the woods. The H3T was a nice vehicle too, but I don't think it ran more than 2 years before they closed up shop. Those things still catch my eyes. It might be taboo to speak of Hummer in relation to the Jeep, but everybody seen the two as contenders. People were always rumor talking around these parts about Hummer making a Wrangler style vehicle and Jeep making a full size vehicle. I believe the H3T came with a $40K price tag fully loaded and the H2T around $55, I don't recall the actual numbers, but neighbor said he paid around $55k for his H2 version. SO, if Wrangler came anywhere in-between those 2 vehicles with a V8 or diesel, then it should most definitely will be in short supply for the first 2 years. And one thing I'm sure the number crunchers at FCA want is backordered vehicles. Nothing like not having to wonder when your products are going to sell than to have piles and piles of transactions waiting to be filled for official value and no incentives.