Hey everyone, I'm new around here. I just upgraded my trusty old '01 Tundra to a new 2017 Cruiser a couple of months ago. After many years of wanting one I finally took the plunge! So I decided what better way to get into the fun of off-roading it than to find a group of like-minded souls. Right? So here's a question for y'all to break me in on: One thing I wasn't aware of before the purchase, was this 24 month/25,000 mile free maintenance ToyotaCare thing they are including now. I guess it is a good thing, sorta warm and fuzzy and all, and should be good for my Cruiser. But I have a small concern about the quality of service from the dealership. Just because something's free doesn't make it great. Do you guys have experience with the dealers regarding the Cruiser? Can I be confident that they will do a good job on a basic oil change? I have nightmares of captive bolts on the skid plate being cross threaded and stripped, like they did to my Tundra when I had the 60,000 service done. And I fear the Cruiser is a little beyond some of their abilities since they probably don't see them very often. Anything y'all would like to share will be appreciated.