I was watching horsepower t.v. a little while back and they were working on a 2010 JKU. Instead of doing a re-gear, they installed a Rubicrawler (only available for the automatic). It is supposed to give you several different gear ratios to choose from so that you can gear the Jeep to the conditions you enounter(offroad, street, etc.) It is supposed to give the Jeep an additonal 2.72:1 gear ratio when both the Rubicrawler and Jeep are placed in 4 low. Since I have the 3:73 gears in my 2010 rig, the rubicrawler would give me close to a 6.5:1 gear ratio (I think you could wheel up Everest with that). My question is, since the rubicrawler costs about $1,500 and a regear costs north of $1,000 why don't more people consider this a viable option. I assume that even though it costs more, since you don't need to constantly run a set of lower gears it would save on gas usuage on the road and give you more power off road (truely the best of both worlds). Does anyone have this in their rig? Are you happy with it? Do you think it is better or worse then a true re-gear. Thanks everybody.