Quietest and most insulated top? MIC or Modular?

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I just saw these responses. Thanks @Bronc-O , @Lifeliberty , @HardenUp , @lobbs611

Being that I'm not ordering mine until late in 2021 hopefully someone will give their review of which seems better. Thicker and heavier would make me think it'll insulate better too.





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I just saw these responses. Thanks @Bronc-O , @Lifeliberty , @HardenUp , @lobbs611

Being that I'm not ordering mine until late in 2021 hopefully someone will give their review of which seems better. Thicker and heavier would make me think it'll insulate better too.
My experience with mic top is that it's like a tougher heavier Coleman cooler, and my guess with the modular is that they are more like body panels, or t-tops
 

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I have Mustang Convertible that I daily drive through the Winter. I turn up the NPR/Heavy Metal/Hip Hop/Sports Radio to account for wind noise (which is not as bad I thought). No issues at all with heat either. Works fine.
 
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You can always apply sound deadener and insulation, might not look good lol. But I think I saw one of the prototypes with it. I think it was on that overland model. Looked nice. If they actually offer it I can't say
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Is the MIC with or without hard top sound deadening headliner?
 

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Is it odd that the Base 2-Door for $28.5K comes with a hard top, but the 4-Door for $33.2K does not?
 

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I would like to see some pics of the insulation Ford has for this thing. Compare it to hot heads as I would imagine the jeep version would eventually be what hot heads makes for bronco. that or make a custom headliner myself...not wanting to do this.
 

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I would like to see some pics of the insulation Ford has for this thing. Compare it to hot heads as I would imagine the jeep version would eventually be what hot heads makes for bronco. that or make a custom headliner myself...not wanting to do this.
On the Jeep side, the Hot Heads are significantly nicer than the Mopar ones.

Based on that experience, I will not be buying the Ford ones, and instead will be waiting, most likely for Hot Heads to offer a set.
 

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