I looked at the new Range Rover ($70K+) at the Detroit Auto Show and saw something really cheap and cheesy looking. The Rover dash is slathered with what looks like cherry wood trim. If you looked at the end of the dash (the part hidden when the door is closed), you could see that the "real" wood trim that wraps around the dash from top to bottom has to be rolled around the dash end and then miter cut to eliminate overlap. Its obvious that the "real wood" may be wood all right but it is just paper thin veneer. To make matters worse, the miter cut was very raggedy and the frayed gaps were just filled in with cherry colored wood filler. For $70K, the look was truly crappy. Many people complain about Acura's plastic wood but I wonder if the cheap molded veneer is all you're really getting in the pseudo luxo cars out there?