Soo, Chrysler did not rise as much as the industry if the estimate is right. It is sort of a loss in that sense (a miniscule loss of market share). But hardly alarming, first given Sergio's warning, and even with out his warning you'd be taking into account - spooling up 8 spd availability in the Ram, and GC. Awaiting the Dart GT, and IIRC reduced sales of the minivans - remember plants being shuttered, despite claims of bringing production in line with demand, it was suspected parts availability may be an issue. Plus of course the lack of Liberty sales. Also the Durango refresh should spur sales I would think. Most of those things could be addressed shortly. The Durango and Cherokee will come later. The Cherokee should easily match the outgoing Liberty's sales from last year, even if it doesn't completely leap frog it.