Had a chance to get some work done, which is what a truck's all about.Took the Pro-4x out to a nearby deer-lease and ran the roads, checking out how the stands and land have fared since last year, also used the hitch to mount a feeder to see if the animals are out moving. Season hasn't opened yet on deer, so no shooting allowed, but a rifle was kept on-hand for any of the hog or other invasive species running around. You'll also see the toolbox mounted in the bed, partitioned from the storage area by the bed extender. Might swap it out for the bed-divider here soon, though, just to open up rail-space along the track for other projects (i.e. that spare tire mount to relocate the spare into the bed).The truck handled like a pro. Mud, loose sand, dirt, uneven road, and even thick brush were all encountered throughout. The swap from 2wd to 4-High was easy, and we even took some flat, open-gravel road to check handling both with, and without, traction control. The truck cornered predictably and was easy to control, even through slides, the M/Ts allowed for very nice bite and traction throughout all aspects of the terrain, and the depth of the tread warded off a few disasters (pulled a 3" thorn out of one tire which had not penetrated deep enough to do any damage).The jack-mount held throughout it all, and the dealer-plates got absolutely covered in mud, as did the truck as a whole. The A/C kept us cool through the whole trip, and the XM made sure we were up to speed on the games even outside of standard coverage areas for the AM/FM stations that service the area.I did get a few minor scratches here and there, especially when the trail narrowed due to overgrown brush and trees, but they were easy to polish and buff out to refill with scratch-repair and are a non-issue.One area of note (my navigator didn't have the camera handy) was a patch of mud about a foot deep, large enough that it was about 2' longer than the truck itself. The truck, with the M/Ts, pulled through it just fine without so much as a skip in traction.All in all, I'm very pleased. I do lament that I've yet to get a shovel/ax mount on the roof to carry some recovery gear in the event I need to dig my way out of a rough spot. that should be a relatively easy fix, though.