I am with Custom Motorsports, and I admit to lurking, I have posted on Glamisdunes.com with the following, We agree with WildBill and xxxrhinosports on GlamisDunes.com, let's review the video, unedited, this would remove all speculation as to what occurred. As for the assumptions on the RZR's stability, 1st hand this vehicle handles great, we hoped that we could display this at the CORR track, but was taken out in lap #2. Barry is a very experienced driver with lots of racing off-road experience and believes that the aftermarket crowd will develop accessories to accommodate track racing for the RZR's, just as with the Rhino's. The positive evolution of side X sides is what we hope for and the RZR is the next step in this process. Competition is great, this drives the aftermarket process and produces results, we will always strive to push that edge and produce products that keep that edge sharp. Bottom line, drama is drama, facts are facts and speculation is speculation. We would hope that an open mind be kept, when commenting on the RZR's performance, it gives one hell of a ride. We would be glad to share information on what we have experienced with the RZR, just ask. As far as the lower frame, the politically correct response would be that the RZR lower frame strength is correct for the vehicles weight and practical riding use, CMS's response would be that the aftermarket world goes beyond practical use and builds a re-enfored frame for other than practical use, this is the same process we used for the Rhino's in our stable.