I just got my new 2008 Pro4X and it is incredible. It is like a BMW that can tow 9500lbs.
Every USA made truck I looked at was a POS.
A few years back I fulfilled a life long dream and bought an Airstream trailer, made in the good old USA. I spent a huge premium on it, 2x what an even larger regular trailer would cost. And what I learned is: if you want something well designed and well made, do not buy American Made. The Airstream is full of half assed workmanship and quality issues that are just abysmal. Stuff that makes you scratch your head and wonder if the guys building it weren't drunk when they were putting it together.
They probably were.
I still love the Airstream brand, I just wish a Japanese or German company would buy them out and start injecting some quality into the product.
American Made isn't what it used to be - these days everyone is too interested in maxing out their credit and slacking off looking for a middle management job to give a rats *** about quality or workmanship in North America. My uncle up here in Canada worked for GM for 30 years, and what that taught me, from knowing my Uncle, is never buy a GM product.
We lost our sense of craftsmanship decades ago. Anyone who calls the Titan a POS is just jealous cause they are driving some rattling, poorly engineered domestic truck. I would just feel sorry for them, and feel grateful you are smarter.