With all the recent snow and ice, and also the occasional need to move gear around, I'm mulling over trading in my Camry on a truck. I have a nice sporty car as the usual daily driver, and usually use the Camry in bad weather, when needing more space, or needing better mileage (its a hybrid with over 100K miles). Anyway, I'd like to have a very versatile 4X4. Monster acceleration and horsepower not needed, but some power would be nice. I really don't understand why no one makes a diesel electric hybrid with electric outlets and the ability to use it as a portable generator. I'd kind of like a diesel, but willing to be talked out of it. I'm okay with a used truck if an earlier model is a better choice - I know in the diesel world there have been some restriction changes that may make an earlier model a better one. I'd like reasonable fuel economy, but balance that with other considerations. Mostly will be used for bad weather commuting and hauling gear, but I'd like to be able to do some mild off-roading or towing if I want. I'd like to get something to keep for many years - something reliable, reasonable to maintain, and either a current or future classic that I'll grow to love owning. Any standout trucks I should look at?