I suspect that Big Brother had a hand in designing the new JK. Just bought a new Sahara two door with the Uconnect 730 nav and media system. Testing the radio, I pressed the radio/media button once for a screen with buttons for AM, FM, and SAT (satellite), pressed it again for a screen entitled DISC (to play CDs and DVDs), pressed it again for a screen entitled HDD (hard drive for storing CDs and DVDs) and pressed it once more to return to radio. There I selected FM, tuned in to my favorite station, and played with the buttons and listened for a while. When I was done, I went to turn it off and much to my consternation, I couldn't find the off button! I tried every button and switch, both actual and virtual, but found nothing. I searched the owner's manual but again found nothing. Finally I called the dealer and the service manager confirmed the worst--there was no radio off button and no way to turn off the radio. The best I could do was press the radio/nav button to toggle through the other media options, or turn off the entire Uconnect system, in which case I would lose the nav feature. Then it struck me. Big Brother is saying: Let him enjoy any kind of entertainment he chooses; just don't leave him alone with his own thoughts. That could be problematic.