Something about them, but not the latest.
But would I buy a new one?
No. And S/H nothing newer than 2006 either.
I have driven a new one around Eastnor, fun but too many nice things missing. Like a nice engine, and I would have prefered an auto. The new dash felt a bit squashed in as well. That Transit lump is crude and rough, and too many gear changes, does it really need a six speed box?
A few minutes later I climbed into my own car, much nicer, it changes gear itself, the engine is much nicer and it was 10 years older, more room, and still a lot of fun. Cost more when new and a lot less now.
No worse off road and at least it won't smack the front prop shaft into the sump, and I don't get Transit jokes.
For a crude toy I would really like a SIII 109 or a Forwards Control. As to 90/110 Defender there are two periods I would buy happily. 110 V8 or any from 2001 to 2006.
So drive head to head, a brand new one and a ten year old enthusiast owned one, and I think a lot of us would choose the latter.
My car has some of the benefits of a Defender (4WD, similar axles, centre diff lock), but some niceties like climate control, airchair like seats, auto (good off road) and an engine which also worked well in the Defender pre Transitification.
Hmm an auto box from a written off Discovey 2 would fit a pre 2007 Defender!