I just bought a used 2006 Tacoma 4x4 crew cab, TRD Off Road with 80K miles. This is my 9th Toyota product and 6th 4x4 Toyota Truck. I have progressively bought bigger as my kids keep growing. I started with a 1988 standard cab truck, then to a '94 extra-cab and 2000 extra-cab. Those were the best trucks ever and always 5-speed manual. I went to the '02 Tundra access-cab and most recently an '04 Tundra double-cab. I felt I was always trading up to better quality until the '04. The room was great and the V8 power was the best for hauling camping or hunting gear into the mountains. But the gas mileage sucked and the bumper to bumper length of the double-cab was too long to drive off-road on anything smaller than a two track or Forest Service Road. I think I got real lucky when I sold the '04 for what I paid two years ago for it. And now I'm back in a Tacoma. The interior cab size is not quite what either Tundra had, but such a great increase over the 1st Gen Tacoma. I don't know that I'll ever go back to the Tundra unless off road size and MPG become a super low priority for me. They have all seemed to be better built than the domestic trucks I have been around. I seem to drive my Toyota's well over 150k miles and I haven only seen a handful of Ford or Chevy trucks hold together that long.