I have a 2002 Toyota Tacoma PreRunner. I bought it new and have been using Amsoil's Series 2000 grease in all of the fittings since it was brand new. The manual requires NLGI 2 in all, but recommends certain lube points to get a moly-fortified grease. I figured that the Series 2000 grease was good enough to hold up (I lube every 6 months / 7500 miles) and so far it certainly seems to be. I have over 130K miles on a 9 year old truck and have had no issues. However, I'm getting to the end of my current supply of grease and was wondering if there might be a better all-around grease to use. I don't plan on using more than one type. I'm only going to keep one grease gun. So I guess my question is this: do you think should I stick with what I've been doing and continue using Series 2000? Should I switch to a different synthetic grease that is moly-fortified (Valvoline synpower?) and use that everywhere instead? What do you guys think?