That ZR2 (so frigging nice) is one high-end specialty truck. Nothing someone is going to be loading drywall into.
There's about 30-40 Galdiator vs. "something or anything" videos going around. Definitely the talk of the "truck" town. I view it as a recreational only truck. No one is going to buy one to make it a work truck. Designed to have fun. Kinda like a TW. My local dealer has offered me stupid money as a trade in for my 2013 Wrangler that I leased new and then... after liking it so much and it keeping it's value... I bought out the lease. I'm always the one saying "never buy the first year of anything, why be a Beta tester. But I'm seriously looking at the Gladiator, especially the base model with no frills, roll-up windows, etc. as a lease. I mean, who makes roll-up window in anything nowadays?
Then if it's a bummer, vamoose.
Pricing was released last Thursday, you can order but there are none at any of my local dealers. Base is a few thousand ($2K-$3K) more than the standard 2 door Wrangler which is a real surprise to me. Of course the Unlimited Rubicon can reach $60,000K but that'll never be on my radar.