Regarding my vehicle which was rear-ended and forced into the vehicle in front of me (see my post on it all), I got some reassuring news. An insurance adjuster managed to look at the front end of my car today, and noted that the crash bumper had done what it was exactly designed to do. It took the full force of the frontal collision, and quite possibly saved my entire front end from becoming mush (intercooler, engine, trans, etc.). The ironic thing is the Wednesday before it happened (two days before), I was considering removing the front crash bumper for the larger AGP intercooler. By a sheer stroke of luck I didn't, and that saved the front end of my car. So just something to think about for those of you considering replacing your stock intercooler with a larger one (requiring you to remove the crash bumper). I'm going to look into the direct fit intercooler by Spearco though (or better yet, AGP if they produce one). I am convinced that for all of the power that the SRT-4 has, it is still designed to take hits and keep everyone alive and safe, as well as limit the damage to critical parts. I would GLADLY purchase another DCX product.