I have had no problems with my tops. Not one drip with the hard top, easy to remove front panels. Put on soft top yesterday, fits like a glove. I drove it topless yesterday before putting the soft top on. I will see how it goes with the soft top, I may keep the hard top on for a couple more months out of the year, depending on how much/hard it is to put the soft top all the way down.
07 Rubicon Unlimited,Red Rock,Khaki Interior,Auto,Dual Tops
Mastercraft handles, Rock Hard Bumper, Superwinch, 4" Superlift, 35" BFG's
It is such an inexpensive option for what you get. We had no leaking problems and all in all, it is quite easy to switch back and forth. The only difficult thing is storing the hard top in the summer. Other than that, give yourself the best of both worlds.
2007 Wrangler Unlimited Sahara
Dual Top Group
Yeah, I would be hard-pressed to buy a Jeep and NOT get the dual tops. I have not had any problem with the hard top per se, but I did have a leaky rear-window wiper hose problem that took a while to get fixed, which was determined to be a manufacturing defect.
Just took the hard top off this weekend and put the soft top on - total operation took about an hour. Since then I've put the soft top up and down a few times w/o any problems, and usually in ~5-10 minutes. The only problem I'm having (and it's a minor one) is figuring out how to best store the side and back windows when I've got the top down.
I should add I've had no leaking problems with either top - we've had monsoon like rains recently here in Ohio and I've had no leaking at all with the soft top.