And lets all go through the dash argument again; I mean we almost had a war over the Elgin Cluster vs. Analog, and analog finally won, what did that take? Umm 3 years? And now we want to start it again with pull out the Analog, and put a digital screen in it. Yeah, that's got to be good for at least another 3 years if not more...... NO, the logical side thinks the digital should be cheap, it's not. Building a digital screen that will fit that same small space is expensive, not because of the parts, but because of the developers to lay it out. And that program it to do what it's supposed to. What about repairs? What do you do? You take it out, and drop a new one in? Yeah, that sounds right, labor to reprogram it? Well you shouldn't have to right? What if you do? And then set the "brain" up to correct the problem. The idea may sound right, but in reality it doesn't work that way.