Hello, this is more of a warning to everyone about potential Eyesight issues. I purchased a new 2015 Forester with Eyesight, my first Subaru. I did not purchase the extended warranty. About one year ago the Eyesight in my Forester started to work intermittently. I assumed maybe the cameras needed adjusting or something until it stopped completely last fall. When the Eyesight goes it also takes with it the backup camera, cruise control and related systems. My Forester has less than 50K miles on it now, anyway I took it in and it turns out the cameras are bad and need to be replaced at a cost of 2400.00. I contacted Subaru and they offered me 700.00 toward the repair but here is what I consider to be problematic. The new cameras will only have a one year warranty. The prospect of potentially dishing out thousands of dollars every few years for the Eyesight, which I do like, has me thinking seriously about dumping my Forester. I have never been one to purchase extended warranties and for the most part it has been the right decision, but with cars getting more and more sophisticated I may reconsider in the future. So if you are buying a Subaru with Eyesight, you may want to consider the extended warranty which if I remember correctly costs in the 2-3 thousand range. I bought the Forester because of the high praises the brand receives for reliability, but this issue has left a bad taste in my mouth. I expect, these days, to be able to put 100K miles on a vehicle before needing any serious work. I have a 2005 Toyota Prius with 200K miles on it and I have not spent 2400.00 total in repairs. So i just wanted to post my experience to hopefully help others decide on the extended warranty if you have already decided on a Subaru.