I damaged the front passenger side of the bumper in a street accident, not off-road. Waiting at a light, right lane, behind an SUV. SUV took right hand turn and stopped for crossing pedestrian. I wasn't paying attention, started from dead stop went about 5-6 feet and plowed into the rear end of SUV. Minimal damage to SUV, mashed in the passenger side of my front bumper. The only good thing I can say is they didn't even talk about calling the cops in to salt the wound with a ticket. So in my infinite wisdom, I am trying to strength the worthless/non-existent stock bumper on the 99 Tacoma I have w/o trying to make it into a monster truck. I want some type of bumper that adds strength to the front bumper w/o adding a ton of weight like the ARBs or draining what little resources I have for this like the AllPro (about $720 w/shipping) and in the end looks decent. My chooses have been extremely limited and the Baja Bumper is about the only thing I have been able to find ($480 w/shipping - unpainted). I can't off-road with this vehicle because I use it for work, but off-road bumpers appear to be my only option, plus living in CO and driving in the snow I want something that will work if I slide into a wall, whatever. Curious to know how MGOOSE82 felt about the Baja Bumper he had and what it looked like, picture? Also, considering my use and situation does MrDoug still feel the powder coating is not the way to go. If I go with powder coating, hoping to get it done for about $60, is that a reasonable assumption? The only thing I really don't like about the bumper is the almost vertical appearance of the front skid plate, any opinions? Thanks for the responses.