Buy-back ain't gonna ever happen, folks. FCA is WAY TOO Cheap. We'll all suffer through this for years (in my humble opinion), guaranteed! If anyone spends any $ to modify his/her Jeep GC Diesel, then that'll probably be $ down the drain even if there actually is a cash or buy-back settlement, whenever or if ever that may actually happen. My personal experience with FCA has been terrible. They put the wrong tires on my factory-ordered specially-built 2015 Grand Cherokee Overland diesel with the Off-Road II package, and FCA would not fess up nor would FCA correct the "wrong tire" problem. The Dealer (in Battle Creek, MI) was even worse than useless (dragged their feet forever, which ended up costing me more $ when I had to replace the crappy tires with the ones that I should have been given in the first place). I had to take care of replacing the wrong tires with the correct tires myself. Michelin's own website confirmed that I was right, and Discount Tire also agreed and they accepted a "used tire" (crappy "All Season") trade-in (< 500 miles on them) for a replacement set of the 4 "correct" All Terrain Michelin tires that were originally supposed to have been installed by FCA at the factory before my vehicle was delivered, AND I had to pay Discount Tire an extra $400 to "swap out" the "old/used" "all season" Michelins for the correct Michelin "ALL TERRAIN" tires onto my JGC. In retrospect, I probably should have just gone with a set of Goodyear Duratrac tires, like the ones that I have been running on my 2004 Chevy Tahoe Z71 for the past 2 years during hunting season up in northern Michigan, where they work ABSOLUTELY FANTANSTIC. Oh well, lesson learned. Again, even if FCA turns out to be "culpable" re: the diesel emissions controversy, I really seriously doubt that FCA will agree to compensate diesel owners AT ALL, at least not without a BIG fight, and/or otherwise figuring out a way to seriously screw us all. This is nothing but an extreme BUMMER, no matter how you slice it!