Greetings, friends of the night! Is it just me or is this bothering others, too? Forgive the following rant, but it seems I'm really a bit worked up about this. I'm on the search for more realistic bodies for an SCX10 and a Temper, but find it extremely hard to say which body fits which chassis. Makers hardly ever give good data on their bodies, which I find annoying. It would be so much easier for them to just state four figures (how long, how wide, what wheelbase, which size tires fits perfectly) than for us to figure everything out. That would be so helpful and everyone could just measure their chassis and make up their minds whether or not the body fits or can be made to fit. Instead I usually find something vague like "fits Whoever's WhicheverTruck", so I can Google how that truck's measurements compare to what I need. And even then I often find contraptions that are all wheels and shocks with an absurdly small body perched on top (which is probably the perfect high-performance rig to hammer around the quarry with, but from a scale-geek's perspective it just won't do). Or there is the equally vague "1/10 crawler". Primary school calculus reveals that the scx10 is not a 1/10 scale Land Rover or Jeep, but a 1/10 scale Unimog (and I'm not even talking about the dainty 401 but the mighty 435). So please, manufacturers, make it a bit easier to get creative and state some helpful measurements of the parts you offer. Fellow modellers, what are your thoughts about this?