Actually put my phantom black sel premium to the test by taking on a massive supply run. A little background info: I'm an art teacher who needs the versatility a vehicle like the Santa Cruz can offer. The run consisted of myself and 2 other art teachers, a 3 foot spool of chicken wire, 8 - 10 foot lengths of 1" pvc resting in the back window opening, 6 cans of spray paint, 5 gallons of house paint, 8 five gallon buckets with 8 joints for the pvc and lids in the floor of my cabin, 1 8'x12' tarp and 6 sheets of 4' by 8' plywood. The last part got a bit tricky. While hyundai does say the bed can handle plywood sheets, there are a couple of things to keep in mind; if you have the bed extender (bed fence?) The small attachment points near the opening of the bed will hinder you from laying the sheets flat. We were, however, able to close the tailgate and stack the plywood under the tonneau at an angle and rest the weight on the lip of the tailgate. It made me nervous, but it rode beautifully. Hopefully my little adventure will be of use to someone with intentions of loading plywood in the near future. The aforementioned hardware for the bed fence can be taken off with an Allen wrench...Happy Cruzin' y'all!