If my dealer has your vehicle in stock, I would highly recommend them. If you need to order a vehicle, I would say go to one of the big boys. I have found this out the hard way. They are the type of dealer GM would like to do away with. Town population of 18000, mom and pop operation, no multi-million dollar building, 6 service bays, etc... Their lower volume will probably kill them off some day though, there are 4 other Buick dealers within 30 miles of them. 2 small, 1 med. & 1 lg in size. I suspect that someday, somebody will be squeezed out. By ordering from my local dealer, (also a very good customer of mine) I am probably looking at between 5 1/2 & 6 months to take delivery. Quite a penalty to pay because I chose this dealer. Mine was the second unit that they had ordered and that is all they were alloted at the time. They have yet to even recieved that first one for stock yet. Why my sold order did not take priority over the unsold initial stock order is open for debate. There was only 2 weeks difference. Dealer blames it on GM. I will always wonder about this. The way I now understand it, order date and if the vehicle is sold means nothing to GM. I guess this also happened to them when the Solstice came out, couldn't get any for sold orders and other dealers in the area had unsold units on their lots. It is the dealers volume that drives the build. My question for GM is. If the dealer can't get sold orders, how is he then able to increase his sales? I've been in sales for 32 years, maybe I'm doing it all wrong.