We're the same. We're all just waiting on @Wildman. He's doing a great job on his rig. Can't wait for him to complete it. It's a big undertaking.A lot of it is wheeling where you want to wheel or maybe learn to want to wheel where you wheel! Lauren drove those lines so well because he has driven those lines so many times before. While it's definitely a skill, theres a big part of that is learning THE line through THE obstacle you're on. There is super fun wheeling in WA, i know some people rank Naches above all else. They do have moonrocks that are moab-ish (maybe) but it's got a whole different kind of wheeling too, @Wildman could talk more. I like to find a line that gives me trouble and loop through it a few times if possible and find what works. Like drills for jeeping.