Well it wasn't all bad per say, but Jeep should've definitely educated their dealers better. The build and price area on their own website wasn't even active and available till 3 days after the order banks were opened.
But my experience with my own servicing dealership was soured for sure. On Thursday (in person) they told me they had a list 5 deep willing to pay 30k over, but they'd sell me their allocation at 40k over. I laughed at their lies, and said I could buy a dozen at MSRP right now and left. But I ended up needing to go back there today cause I couldn't find an ivory tricoat at any other dealership on the lot, and I wanted to see it in person before ordering it. So there I was again this morning looking at this ivory tricoat GC SRT8, and a different salesman approached me this time. I asked him if they had sold their allocation yet, and he said no. I said quote me a price, I'm buying one today. He went to check with his GM and came back and told me we'll sell it at MSRP. I said ok, now we're getting somewhere, here are my keys please give me trade in value on my 2010 GC SRT8. He takes my keys and walks away and returns a few seconds later and said it's now at MSRP plus 25k! I couldn't contain my aggravation with their greed, lies and game playing at that point. So that's when I grabbed my keys out of his hand and said good luck with that and called him an idiot right in front of another customer and bolted. I then proceeded to put in the low of the move on that trading chart I was referencing, as I don't think anyone will beat what I paid for mine.