I also like the fact that the RR CAI is back on the cowl away from the front of the hood where water can get in easier on a river crossing. Add to that the lack of snorkel intake along the hood when you are in snorkel mode and I'd say it's the winner. The Mopar CAI does look good though and the...
True. The general public is not into Jeeps and uses the word the same as Band-Aid and Kleenex. So when they see a boxy 4x4 they lump it into the Jeep category. Sidekicks, Isuzu, Mitsubishi, and I've even heard people call older Bronco's with no roof a Jeep.
I still like a good magazine. I prefer Tread and Wheels Afield. They have the latest trend in cover material which is more durable for camp reading and bathroom reading. I'm trying to wean myself off of so much screen time. A traditional magazine still works for me.
If you go off road you want a matching spare. Rotate it through. Where I go there is no roadside assistance or calling for help. If you aren't wheeling with others, you are on your own. Even then you need to be self sufficient. Don't rely on others to get you out.