Here's a question: why even bother with classes? The number of rigs that actually fit the Heavy criteria is very small. Stock is kind of silly, as said above "who can apply stickers the best?" If your budget boost and 32" A/T's lose to a stretched rig on tons and 40's....oh well, enter again next month.
Maybe I'm going a bit too far? Maybe two classes if participation is high enough. Stock to slightly modified, modified to heavily modified? At least that gets rid of the "am I medium or heavy?" question.
Edit: just to add for the 2 class idea, 35's and for stock to slightly modified, larger than 35's for modified to heavy.
Didn't even have any contestants in the heavy class last month.
That's why I liked Apt's idea of him grouping the contestants together each month. Say there were 15 entries, he could have taken the bottom 5 that were the closest together, the middle group, and the top end and put them into 3 classes.
One month, the top class might have all been guys on 37s, the next month they might have all had 38/40s.
Makes it a lot more subjective, but it probably wouldn't be that hard to group rigs with similar rigs, vs trying to pigeon hole each rig into a specific definition.
If it's on points... how many points would lights (aftermarket headlights, LED fogs, 4 driving lights, etc) count for, and how would that compare to a winch and bumper? Each set of lights, 1 point, while the bumper is worth 5 points, and a winch is worth 5? Then you have suspensions, tires, wheels, engine's, SCs, axles, etc.