Sometimes having a lot of options is a good thing, and sometimes it’s a bad thing. There are times when too many choices leaves us with a difficult decision because there is too much of a good thing, and other times when none of the options are all that great, and we’re forced to be frustrated with going elsewhere or being satisfied with a mediocre product. When it comes to Toyota’s class of vehicles, there is never going to be the case that you’re left having to choose a lackluster vehicle, as Toyota’s standards are always exceptional.
When a deal as secretive and important as the Trans-Pacific Partnership comes around, everyone wants to chime in on its merits and shortcomings. At this stage, opinions based on speculation and principle are invalid. We don’t know what we don’t know.