As the title states, making vehicles my own by throwing time and money at them isn't something that's too new to me. Below you'll see a couple of pics of the bookend that now sits in the garage and keeps the horse stall mats below it clean by collecting the dust that would have fallen on them were it not sitting there. 2008 Audi RS4 TTS Supercharged UM Tuned KW V3 Coilovers JHM 5R clutch kit JHM LWFW JHM Short shift trio 034 solid mounts (motor/trans) Apikol rear diff mount JHM piggie pipes (decatted) Milltek non-resonated, non-valved catback RS4 Euro front seats and a whole host of other stuff that I probably don't remember. Which leads me to now. I spent a few months away on a "work trip" and got the itch to buy a truck. I looked at the TRD Pro line (4Runner, Tundra, Tacoma) and just about everything that the good ole USofA had to offer. I knew the whole time that a Raptor was what I really wanted, so I started looking around the country for the right one, at the right price. I saw the Roush Raptors and was instantly sold. It's a 2019 Roush Raptor and the thing that I appreciate most is the butt chillers. It came loaded (802A, carbon, heated rears, gun safe, tech, etc) and surprised me at how comfortable of a drive it is. I've had it for 2.5 months and today I rolled over 8K miles. It's been in mud and sand, done donuts, been camping, hauled furniture, has dog slobber and hair inside of it and I'm a fan. I have done a little bit of research on what I want to do... Plans: 600WHP, some tactful exterior mods and maybe even some audio stuff (not that the B&O isn't good enough, but why not?). I will be attending Raptor events and ultimately would like to make it down to Baja (mostly because I like Mexican food a whole lot). Stick around, or not, and input is welcomed. Oh, and if my name was too confusing, I'm Dave.