I have a '97 80 series that I'm quickly falling out of love with and am weighing my options for something a bit newer and more befitting of what I really use it for. It would be an occasional pavment and mostly weekend trail/ overlanding rig in the summer, and would be my dd in the winter. The trails I run aren't very technical and have been done by guys in full size American trucks no problem. I drove an '05 yesterday and liked it, but I only drove it for about 15 minutes without any off roading. The size over an 80 wouldn't be an issue with where I go, but since I'm not going to take a rig I haven't paid for on a trail, how do they do? I know it's a fairly ambiguous and open ended question, but if any of you have had experience with a Sequoia and with either an 80 or a 100, I'm curious about how they compare. I already know the mechanical differences and similarities; I'm looking more for how they behave and handle. I see a lot of folks run 33s, but will a 35" tire (or 315, if you prefer metric) fit in the wheel well with the stock bump stops? I think I saw Pilot say in his SAS thread that 37s fit...? Does anyone run 16" wheels, and would they fit around the brakes? I ask only because I prefer as much sidewall as possible. So... either talk me in to selling my 80 and getting a Tree, or talk me in to keeping my 80 and continuing to fire the parts cannon at it on a nearly weekly basis. Thanks guys, I look forward to the replies.