Just heard on the news that 300,000 Ford F-100s are being recalled for the doors coming open during a wreck/crash. Normally I would be bashing Ford for a recall, but how can any automotive manufacturer keep the doors from coming open during a crash. If the latch mechanism is compromised during the wreck, WTH is there to keep them closed? One little striker pin & a simple steel latch isn't much to keep a door closed when you have 5,000-6,000 lbs of mass crashing into something, & wrinkling the frame structure & wadding up the body work. What gives? Why would any auto manufacturer have to be responsible for this?