Thank you. That’s the kind of answer I needed. All modern cars and trucks have complex electrical systems. I don’t think there’s any getting away from that, especially with self driving cars/trucks on the horizon. I’m wondering, if after working out major problems the first year or two of driving them, are they much more reliable from then on? Also, if the CTIS fails, isn’t it just a matter of looking for the air leak?An LMTV is a bad ass rig. The Cat engine is very reliable, but very costly to repair if something goes wrong. The electrical system is way too complicated for what it really is... the push button transmission shifter is a common problem on these, as is the CTIS system (think when it fails your tires go flat), you need a CDL or farm endorsement to drive the rig because it has air brakes. And Lastly it’s to large to take down most Forrest service roads... this is all coming from a guy who spent 14 years driving and working on them. While it’s a great truck, it’s not a great Overlanding truck for most of the US.