Gotta' agree with that statement. The factory focuses on rapid assembly and maximum content in minimal space.The cheaper it is to manufacture a product and the less materials used the higher the profit margin. Few people consider accessibility for servicing when buying a new car, its all about the bling and style. If new car buyers had a choice of extra space under the hood (or wherever) for ease of servicing or an extra cup holder the cup holders win every time - especially with the manufactures cost-wise.I'm glad I bought the National Geographic video of the making of Challengers /Chargers and 300's. Its cool to see how quickly they are made. They make these cars look like snap -together models. Once they are put together, its a pain to work on them.