I agree. I've never felt the Wrangler needed a Hemi. The Pentastar's nearly 300HP is plenty. However, it certainly wouldn't hurt to have a smidge more torque in a vehicle designed to crawl and climb. The diesel always made more sense.This conversation is very interesting and very baffling to me. I am having a hard time understanding, when there have been millions of wranglers on the road, who have been able to push through the wind, how someone could justify as sensible spending $20-$30k to swap out an engine because in part they are worried about their wrangler fighting through the wind, or towing.. People are always breaking Aventus's balls about how he is looking for the wrong car with his "high end" wants, but it sounds like the people who want to make this swap are trying to turn their wrangler's into sports cars, or pick up trucks, and that is not what they are designed to be. Feel free to try to enlighten me if you want, but this was more of a rhetorical question because I am baffled. Then again, I am willing to spend $5-6k to improve my stereo system in my jeep, so maybe I am just as nuts but in a different way.