Take a look at the Sequoia. They are much easier to find and therefore cheaper than 100 series and bigger than 4Runners / Tacomas. For the same $11K you were talking here, you could likely find one with far fewer miles. Through 2007 they shared the same 4.7 V8 as the 100 and 2008+ the 5.7L as the 200 series and Tundra, though also came in a smaller V8 (same 4.6 as the LC Prado and GX??). The engine and drivetrain reliability is sky high, but they aren't quite as robustly built as an LC so are more prone to squeaks and rattles. I had a 2007 LC and my wife had a 2007 Sequoia, and the funny part is her Sequoia was noticeably bigger in every dimension, but my LC was still probably 400 lbs heavier. The Seq felt lighter and faster in city driving, but felt "cheaper". Sequoias aren't quite as good an off roader as an LC, but I'd bet they are probably about the same as a Taco or 4Runner... for sure better than your Prius. I'm not saying they're great, but they would give you Toyota reliability for probably 30-40% less cost and are way easier to locate.Considered the Tacoma and 4Runner heavily for quite some time. After test driving a few, I just found them to be a little small for me (driving, and space in the back to build a sleeping platform etc.) The land cruiser has been on my radar for 6 months because I can get a good one for a lot less than a taco or 4runner, it’s a great size for my family, and I just love the look of them. the reliability factor is a big deal too. Not crazy about the other options you mentioned, mostly because I’d like to have a Toyota. I’ve only ever owned Toyota’s and they’ve always served me very well. I’ve considered the Sequoia and also open to it, just gotta find the right one. I think the reason i lean toward land cruiser is after market support, and I’d like to build it out quite a bit in the future.