I have had my Rebel now 6 weeks. First the good parts. Driving a Rebel is way different than any other truck I've ever owned. You actually feel like you are a part of the truck, and I absolutely love that. Now the bad. After 3 days of ownership, I could not put gas in my truck. The pump would constantly shut off as if the tank were full. Would take 20-30 min to fill the truck. Apparently the breather was bad in the tank and entire fuel system had to be replaced. Took 2 weeks to get the parts. Now the ugly. I live in Mobile AL, known for being the wettest city in the US. This past Tuesday after torrential rain, I went out to my truck, opened the door, and had water run all over my feet. The cab was filled with water draining in from the roof. Apparently the sunroof was not draining the water. Dealer says drain tubes were not kinked or clogged, and could not explain it. Electronics and everything on the dash and doors, from speakers to switches were soaked. I just got off the phone with Chrysler and after our discussion, they actually asked me what I would like them to do? I said I doubt this would happen, but being as I have been paying for a truck for almost 2 months and only been able to drive it half the time, and with the water damage, I'd like a reship of a new truck. To my surprise they said they thought that was not a unreasonable request and would upgrade my status to the highest level and a Chrysler management team member would contact me within 3 days to discuss this. I have to say i was impressed. I only hope Chrysler does the right thing. My only question is, if they buy back this unit, would you buy another Rebel? I sure want to, but obviously have apprehension about it. Comments?