The way I see it, there are two schools of thought when it comes to the newest line-up of Land Rover products. One says that since it doesn't have solid axles, and all the "traditional" Landy bits it's not "legit." The other, however, has begun to see the light. They realize the advancements that Land Rover has been making over the years are actually for the better and that even though the vehicles may have significantly more electronics—they're actually reliable—and incredibly capable off-road. It's even possible to install a two-and-a-half inch lift on an LR4 (and an LR3 for that matter) in under 30 minutes. Try doing that with your rusty coil springs.
Shove that in your solid axles and smoke it.