Because I'm too chicken to risk it. And I only have a coil suspension. But I'm wondering when our 100D arrives with SAS, will it be safe to take it across at the high setting? The stream is usually only 6" deep, with spots going to 12" though. I can move some rocks around to make it safer and more level, but I've gone across in a 944S2 and a Mercedes CLK 500 with conditions close to how it is now. I managed to get power across the walking bridge, 250 feet of heavy duty extension cords from my neighbor's hunting cabin is getting 9 amps to the car, giving me plenty for the return trip with a stop at the Glen Allen supercharger near Richmond VA so long as I don't drive much during a typical 2 day stay. I'm just curious if other owners would take the risk and cross, or should I plan on just carrying my luggage across the walking bridge and the last couple hundred yards to our house from now on? AP makes the 300 mile drive from the OBX so much easier, I don't think I'll be using our SUV or minivan for the trip any longer. So, play it safe, or get closer to the house for a faster charge?