I was going to be in th emarket for another truck in '08 but I might wait another year. Ford is introducing a small diesel for it's F150 and it is supposed to get about 25 MPG and have the torque to pull a trailer too. The motors are being cast as I write this. But the biggest news is the HLA option. "Hydraulic Launch Assist". This is a hybrid. Hydraulic energy is stored during braking and when the truck pulls out from a stop, this energy runs a hydraulic motor and the truck uses much less fuel. A test mule of an F150 got 60 MPG. Yes, boys and girls, 60 MPG. The buzz is that this is gonna revolutionize the truck world. UPS is now using it in it's new fleet. No batteries, no electric motors. And they're talking about it being just a $1,000 option. I hope they don't kill this at Ford.