Was at my Isuzu dealer last week having my truck serviced, and noticed they had the new 2008 models on the lot. It is a different truck.... interior is basically the same but a little fancier. Exterior is slightly more futuristic looking. Supposed to be a better truck overall. The ones they had in stock are powered with Isuzu Diesels, and these look like bigger engines, with much more complexity than the older ones. Even the exhaust system looked more complex than a gas engines system with the converters and so on. The thing just looked EXPENSIVE, and looks like down the road repair costs will be painful.... Biggest thing I noted was no gas engine models. I was told by the service dept that Isuzu and GM broke off their ties and that we won't be seeing anymore Gas engined model cabovers. I wouldn't mind having a diesel, but the additional cost to buy one over gas.... the higher cost of the fuel.... higher cost of routine services.... much higher cost of engine overhaul or replacement..... etc.... all add up to make the Gas engine a good option. I have been told my many owners of Isuzu Diesels that they only get around 12 mpg of diesel. I am getting on average 9.5 mpg on 87 octane gasoline. Anyhow, my dealer still had one more Gas truck out front for sale with a landscape body on it. Not sure how many more of these will be for sale. If you wanted one you might ought to get it now while you can. PS, I paid 27,500 for my truck out the door. Truck had power windows and locks, CD player, A/C, Automatic trans, 18 foot landscape bed with underbody 48 inch tool box, trailer hitch Not bad price for everything compared to say a Chevy 3500 dually, or Ford F-350 and then a 18 foot trailer. The diesels will run WAY WAY WAY over 35 grand, I would say expect to pay around 40-42 grand for a new 2008 with a 18 foot landscapers bed.