I know that my LIKE about the Wolverine shows up a lot of times in the DIS-LIKE thread on this forum, I have to say, overall, I like how the machine is built. What I mean by this is the panels are all interlocking and solidly fastened. This definitely does make it a pain to work on due to how far you have to take it apart for simple maintenance or repairs, but it makes for a lot less rattles, vibrations, dust in the cab, etc. - it is a very well-built machine. To this point, I have spent more time installing accessories and "upgrades" to my ride than I have riding it. Hopefully this Summer my riding hours will surpass my wrenching hours and I will get to enjoy the quality build. My buddy's Ranger and my Dad's Prowler definitely don't share those same attributes. Too much exposed plastic around the base of the machines, rattles, clunks, noises, vibrations, heat, and so on. I'm very happy with my Wolverine.