The L-300 Saturn has now made it's seventh trip to the dealer since 2001, four on a rollback. The last three times have been to replace a mass air flow sensor. To make a very long story short- I was taking my wife to a mothers day brunch last sunday when our Saturn decided to shut down on a busy highway. The reduced power light came on and I had to drift to a safe place. This is the third time this has happened in the last two years. The dealer just throws on a new mass air flow sensor and a new diagnostic computer, all covered by the extended warranty. Well the warranty will expire in March 2006, then it will be out of my pocket. Plus what really upsets me is how the car just dies in the middle of the road and people are bearing down on you at 60mph. You really feel safe when your wife is operating this car with your three children in the back seat. I researched the West Virginia lemon laws today and may press forward with this issue. The sorry thing is that Saturn just keeps throwing new parts on the car but fails to find what is breaking the parts. I am working through customer service to try to resolve this issue first. Funny thing is the first question they ask is who changes the oil in the car.