Ok - first things first - thanks to Ian, Matt (Ammo), David (Silvercruiser), Sam, and Victor (Biff) for a blast Sunday running Miller's Jeep Trail! My son and I had sh!t eating grins from ear to ear at day's end. My '94 is now officially initiated into wheeling (yes Dan - it's true and I've got witnesses and pictures!). Ok - what all of you are waiting for - carnage. Kinda knew going up that there was a 95+% chance that OEM running boards would be toast by day's end. I think that possibility went to 100% when Sam asked if I'd rather take them off before starting! Yep - thrashed them both. Sorry - no pics unless one of the afore mentioned guys has a pic post carnage. Only ones I have are pre-carnage. Rocker panels are just fine. BTW - thanks to Biff for sacrificing his PS front fender flare. He ripped it off thru one tight section between two rocks and broke off about a foot of rock with it that allowed me to get thru relatively unscathed. I really learned alot from these guys in one day about what these awesome trucks are capable of and how humbling an experience it can be at the same time. Wow! Lockers got their 'excersise' for the first time in 11 years of ownership. Now on to the questions/pros/cons. I've read all the threads about Slee's tube and step sliders and Ken Hanna's sliders. Saw both of those and Link sliders in action Sunday so had a good change to inspect all three when we stopped for lunch. Only ones I haven't seen personally are Christo's step sliders and I'm kind of leaning that way for the same reasons Romer was, ease of roof rack access and entry/exit for wife, daughter and in-laws. Probably a question for Christo - front cap on fender flare? OEM front mud flaps trimmed work like with tube sliders? or in one thread I saw mentioned a cap you have to fit with the step slider? I'll double check your site on it as well. Step slider, from search looks like it's out a little further and offers more side panel protection? Just as sturdy on rocks/hits as the tube sliders?? Liked the look of Ken's as well. I know Christo's are bolt on. Are Hanna bolt on or weld on? Transfer skid plate worth doing as well? I do absolutely forsee doing this again, and as this is my daily driver, I need it back in one piece at day's end! My son can't wait until next time and it was a day we both needed for some long overdue bonding with the recent issues we've had with him. Experience was more than worth the price of the running boards - more like a Mastercard priceless moment as far as I'm concerned! Again thanks guys for the patient initiation!