Can any programming be done to counter the lower rpm affect? I know with some of the hand held tuners you can adjust the shift points based on speed and pedal percentage applied for both up and down shifts. I do prefer a more aggressive shift schedule. I would definitely be in the category of guys who would like to move the entire shift schedule up 500-1k rpm especially in the lower range of pedal percentage applied and it can fade back to stock levels around 50-60% of pedal pushed.I just put a few miles on the Gen V 6.2 JKU. Very impressive, it drives different than the Gen IV's. The engine feels more aggressive. With the Gen IV engine the programming kept the rpm's as low as possible, then when you needed to accelerate the transmission would downshift. This annoyed some guys who were use to the older 4 speed automatics.