Hello; This question may not be relative but, given the point of these vehicles are either for when a collapse of sort of government occurs or for extreme recreational use where in both cases, in the best of situations, some of the life limited parts, which will be extremely or even impossible to road repair or replace, how long are these critical parts expected to last before these machines are dead on the road with no chance of repair with out massive external support and resources? The army’s of the world plan for such contingencies and provide the costly support. These one offs are on their own and from what I can see the complications of the machines and lack of self contained support, make these units DOA in a relative short period of time and use. I would expect the entity which the market has shown would purchase such vehicles have considered this and perhaps as in extremely modified corporate personal jets, the budget cost of these machines and the life of use is expendable income. Must be nice. Lose one tire and you are in effect stuck with an extremely expensive towing bill if there is emergency equipment that have the same off road capabilities to even get to you, sans a high-lift helicopter. It is nice to see though, a budget which supports the creation of such extreme technology. These seem to be nice disposable toys for the extremely rich. Perhaps the goal is for a military contracts which the sales are funding the research cost. I’ve got to give them that and personally am jealous not to be involved in such efforts no matter the practical application.