I should be taking posession of my new Rubicon in roughly 1 month from now. Its not anything special, just a 2 door, stickshift, regular Jeep. My decision to purchase a Rubi as I see them called frequently, was because its going to be a fun day vehicle. Not our primary mode of transport. It will do errand runs to the grocery store, take me to golf courses, sunny day drives in the country, and yes, offroading. It should do anything I require from my reading, without needing major upgrades, as it sounds like a capable unit in its stock form. Chose it, so when I go wheeling, its able to do so right away, I am not a work on my cars guy for enjoyment. I prefer to drive them, wash them, and then let a shop do the requored services. So that said, finally my question is this. Known flaws, weaknesses, faults, whatever word you choose, does the Rubi need anything upgraded right away before I take it offroad, because that area is a known weakness ? If so please comment on the specific area, or part(s) be it motor mounts, clutch, wheels, or is it ready to rumble stock as I hope. I am not an extremist, just general offroading, not trying to scale vertical rock faces, or cross 7 foot deep streams.