Like most forums you hear more about the bad than good. After reviewing all of the AMT transmission complaints I walk away thinking the clutch actuators will absolutely fail by the 100k mark. Anyone out there with a high mileage diesel that doesn’t have transmission issues. I only have 21k on mine but have been spared of any mechanical issues ( 2015). My rig is for personal use and I “feather” the clutch by letting off the gas when it shifts. I’m not sure if you could actually abuse the clutch. Maybe with a full load and burying the gas pedal to the floor? I bought the diesel for longevity and torque. It’d be a shame if the transmission forced me to prematurely sell it.