I've got an '08 1500 quad-cab w/ the non-Bose system. It's got the factory stereo and speakers. They consist of tweeters up by the windshield, front door, and rear door speakers. At around 32,000 miles, the right passenger speaker started wigging out on me. Sometimes it'd work, sometimes it wouldn't. I could be sitting idle with it not working, then all of a sudden, it's start again. Or, I could be rounding a curve, and it'd start for me. Sometimes, I'd get lucky and when I started the truck, it actually worked. Most of the time it wouldn't. Oftentimes during my ride, it'd never come on. Anyway, I got it replaced under warranty. Now, at ~40k miles, the driver's side is doing the same thing. I took off the panel, messed with the connector, and got no static. I wiggled everything, and never got the speaker to come on. I popped the door panel back on, but left off all the trim because I'm going to do something soon. What I need to know is this: should I get an OEM replacement due to the tweeters being inline, or should I just get a pair of aftermarkets, keep the factory tweets, and be done with it? I've always been the type to run aftermarket everything with a sub or two, but right now, it's not financially feasable to go throw $2k into a system. Advice?