Yesterday, I had an interesting talk with someone who works at a GMC dealership. He said several things that got my attention. One, is that sales are way down across the board and you will see salespeople laid off as well as other employees at the dealerships across the country. This of course assumes that the economy and the stock market keep going down. Also, several big dealerships may have to close their doors. During a meeting at the dealership he works at there was talk of GM planning to offer huge rebates and other incentives on virtually all makes and models they sell, including the Acadia. It would make the GMS pricing look high in comparison. He said GM has no choice because they need to move inventory. He said no official date was given as to when this might occur, but they thought it would be sometime before spring of next year. He said GM is preparing for the storm that is coming which is the stock market going even farther down, the worst Christmas in retail history, and many people losing their jobs. He said GM is really scared as to what may happen in the coming months and they are getting ready for it. He said to wait and not buy any GM vehicle and see if this really happens. You will save big if you do. He also said that it is likely that if GM follows through with this, other car makers may follow suit. We'll see. I thought I would pass this on for what it is worth.