Ok, I will start. I believe the next recall item will be the hood latching mechanism. Why, because it has been a source of many peoples complaints and a safety issue. Many on this forum have changed over to after market (stronger) brackets and latches. I have not because I religiously lower my hood to approx. 1 foot than let it drop shut. Then I walk around and push each corner above where the latch is to make sure it has engaged. This last time out on the highway I noticed that my latch by the windshield on the driver side was moving about. I found a off ramp and checked it by pushing on it. But what seemed like it was closed turned out not to be so. It seems that the hood touches the windshield or ledge and not matter how hard I pushed down it did not click. Finally it did. The point is: I had properly closed the hood from the start and checked it by hand each time I ever open the hood. Since I pushed on it and it was hard down, I had no way of knowing that it was not engaged. I realize that the hood is reverse and so probably won't flip up while at highway speeds, however, it still lifts up as going down the highway. I believe this could be a serious safety issue and can't believe it has not been addressed by Polaris since many on the forum have reported similar problems. Now I can never be confident the hood is close just by pushing on it. What is my alternative? I would buy the aftermarket hood / latch systems but feel this is a design flaw and should be corrected by Polaris.