I find this post/responses very interesting....coming from Windsor, where all the car plants are/were, it is interesting to see (and not surprising) that there was only one recommendation for a domestic car. There is a huge concern here that our largest employer, Chrysler, is going to close up shop completely. GM is out in a few months, and Ford has been closing up shops for a while....very sad to see, and everyone is scared. I know people who have 10+ years in at Chrysler, and they just cut their 3rd shift, so all of these people are going to be laid off. My brother works for a tool shop (not directly with the Big 3), and he has been laid off since January 5 - and is currently being told he MIGHT get back to work 2 days a week in April. With all this talk in the news about the bailouts by the CDN and US governments of the auto industry, I haven't heard a lot of talk about revamping the product lines to make cars people want to buy. Sounds like that is what they need to do.