I'll start out by saying what I'm asking for is essentially "best guesses", but figured some input from others wouldn't hurt. I'm really close to moving forward on a 2019 Raptor for invoice and what I feel is a more than fair valuation on my trade. However, I can't turn a blind eye to the massive dealer discounts and Ford incentives the lower trims are getting. Affordability isn't the issue here, it's more not making a financial decision I'll regret later. The Raptor is something a very much want for my current vehicle needs, a loaded Lariat would more than cover my needs. Part of my thought process with all of this is depreciation between the two models. I'm using 3 years of ownership as a basis, although would love to own whatever I choose longer assuming my needs don't change much. The delta between the two looks to be $12,000 and that's without any type of private offer that may or may not be rolling out with the new quarter underway. I'm sure the 2021 redesign is going to hit both trucks on depreciation, in addition to the regular drop. I guess my question is, do you guys still think the Raptor is going to fare better than a Lariat over the next few years? And I'm talking about the hit off of purchase price, not MSRP. My gut tells me the Gen2 Raptors aren't going to repeat history like the Gen1's did due to more supply and subsequent discounting from dealers. But, I'd still like to hope they'll hold up better than the other trims and if Ford delays the redesigned Raptor by a year or two that will only help. Thanks for any input!