I would change to the soft-top if Ford would provide the water/power connection for a future hard-top. Why can't Ford give this to everyone who wants to speed up delivery?
Wrong on #2. NA and NB Miatas were wired for hardtops and had rear defrost buttons even if you didn't get the hardtop option. Activating a switch that leads to nothing does nothing.
Help me understand. The design is locked, but the design already includes rear washer/defrost (if they want to include it) so the design is unchanged. The Bronco can sit there without a top, with a hard top, or a soft top... why would the top impact Ford’s ability to include the needed hardware for rear washer/defrost? This is not a troll post... I’m really looking for the answer.
Not sure I'm following your logic - they have soft-top options for both 2* and 4 door, so no design issues. And for the "warranty and legal" on flipping switches that makes no sense. I have a hard top coming, will have those switches, and when I take the top off and use a soft top (or none) there is no issue, so why would there be one then?