Well...I thought up to now (forgetting about the rear upper shock mounts ) the overall engineering on my LC wasn't too bad. Well that all changed when I tried to replace the rear outer tail-light bulb! Sheeeeessssssaaaasssss! The bulb assembly, which includes the lense, is attached with two screws that are accessed by dropping the tailgate...simple enough right? Wrong! After removing these 2-screws you then have to pry the lense off, from the body, which is retained by two stubborn, very secure, retainers. In my case the retainer broke away from the plastic lense where it was molded in place. So I now have to figure out how to secure it by epoxying back (won't probably work very well) or buy an entire new outer lense assembly (not going to be cheap). This is, in the 30+ vehicles I have owned the most stupid bit of engineering I have ever known (alright...the design engineering on my old '70 MG radiator/cooling system was pretty stupid too!). I mean what the f%&^ Toyota? For something that needs to be accessed somewhat frequently (bulb replacement) what the frick were they thinking (or not thinking!)??? Hopefully someone can tell me there is a better/simpler/non-destructive method to replace the outer tail-lights!