Anyone else have this sometimes? I'm having a bit of a bad run of luck with vehicles at the moment and it's really causing me to rethink everything about my relationship with them. I think it'll pass, but it's amazing how things that can bring so much joy and often somehow overwhelm any rational financial thinking can make you pull your hair out and wonder why you bother.... Two examples for you: Last week I was overjoyed that the motorhome passed its MOT with nothing other than a numberplate bulb needing replacing. The celebration was short-lived. A recurrent boost/limp problem returned. I was delighted when I ordered a new boost valve controller and fitted it myself for less than £100. Boost problem solved, back on the road, prepping for a week (work from home) in the Lake District given the missus is away. Boost problem solved, now a major hesitancy under load - sounds like a washing machine turning over a load slowly. It'll accelerate but very jerky. I took it to my Commercials guy who's looked at the vacuum pipes, turbo wastegate, injectors, fan coupling...only to conclude it's a problem with the gearbox. After speaking with a couple of gearbox specialists, they believe it's the torque converter. £350-400 part...........10-12hrs of labour to fit! So, currently mulling my options in terms of whether I send it to a specialist (probably have to have it recovered) and let them do the work or leave it with my commercials guy since he's already got it and try and negotiate a deal with him. And then this.... The Porsche has managed to lunch either its transfer box or its gearbox. Either way I don't care since it's under warranty, but it has left a pretty poor taste in my mouth. Given how much I'm paying for it and the fact it's been in the garage so many times already, I'm getting increasingly close to accepting the Motorway/WBAC offer and calling it a day. At this stage, I'm two weeks away from throwing in the towel on them both and completely re-evaluating my relationship with cars and the money they cost.