The USA Today newspaper has a lengthy article today on the front page of its financial section entitled "GM's generous incentives fail to rev sales in the US". Gm's share of market of new car sales has dropped to all time low of 25.1%. In the late 1970's GM's SOM was nearly 50%. In 1992 it was 33.9%. GM's chief executive Rick Waggoner states, "North America, simply put, is our 800 lb. gorilla". Industry avg. for decrease in sales over previous yr. is 3.6%, GM's is 9.9%. Bob Lutz, who came over to GM in 2001 to lead product development, made this statement, "General Motors cars were never bad, and the styling was never bad. They were just a bit lackluster in DETAIL FINISH, PRECISION OF SHEET METAL EXECUTION, INTERIORS, AND SO FORTH". Gosh Bob, do you think GM customers expect and pay for a quality built vehicle and won't settle for lackluster built products? One of the people on this site, Boosted, has a new SSR a couple months old, and is seeking relief under the Lemon Law for the numerous problems he's experiencing. Marc, a couple months back you and I entertained the thought of GM offering an extended warranty to 2003 and 2004 SSR owners that had been fighting problems that were common on the early SSR's. I think you even submitted it as a suggestion through your position as a GM employee. Have you heard any feedback on the potential of GM giving relief to SSR owners via an extended warranty type program? Mr. Lutz seems to be aware of the quality problems at GM and maybe this awareness will help in our requesting some type of assistance from GM in solving those problems. I certainly hope so. One thing GM doesn't need is more disgruntled customers. The SOM numbers speak for themselves.