My generation up north, at best, are driving used ford winstars and 1990s ford explorers, at best... and living in Apartments, and not going to college.
That's economically worse than the boomers, not good.
That's technologically the same as the boomers, not good.
That's worse quality than the boomers, because Generation Y's used windstar, as many more miles on it, than the Boomer's brand new one back in the day.
That's educationally worse than the boomers, not good.
As I said, The south is the only place in America, right now, that my generation can actually say, we have the drop on the boomers.