Precisely because I am a newbie to Jeep ownership, I value the learned knowledge of others who are willing to share their experiences and opinions with folks like me. I always assume, when entering a new arena (like owning a Jeep for the very first time) that there are people out there who know more than I do...and I'm not in the least intimidated by that. Nor do I need to aspire to know it all. If my timing chain begins to rattle, I'll get it checked out and be grateful for whoever brought that to my attention. And I will also be grateful to those who remind me that generally it isn't something to lose sleep over because timing chains appear to be historically a strong point of TJ's. The whole idea is to enjoy the ride isn't it? Maybe timing chains prefer low humidity over high humidity, maybe they fare better in some states and not in others. The point is to share information and apply that, when necessary, to one's given Jeep and situation. So thanks for the heads up on the timing chain watch. But I don't think it qualifies for the apocalypse. Finally, I've never met Jerry B, but if I ever did it is my opinion that I actually would like him even as he may run Jeep circles around me. If that qualifies me, in your opinion, for discipleship then so be it!