I have owned a wide variety CJs, YJs, TJs, XJs and JKs. In fact, I have over 30 straight years where I have at least one Jeep in my possession. I have used each and every one of them in a wide range of conditions, on and off road. Unfortunately, your comments will only perpetuate a myth that AWD systems can't be as capable or even more capable depending on the situation (only time will tell in the JL). Off road is not a narrow set of criteria or conditions that any one person here gets to define. Your comments also completely ignore the fact that the Wrangler offers suspension, lifestyle, and too many other advantages that the GC or and Honda do not regardless of part time or full time systems. While I personally may not feel inclined to buy an AWD version, we don't get to decide what someone else needs or wants to best suit their application and situation! The Wrangler is a true all purpose vehicle, especially since the demise of the XJ.