Well its lessons you have to learn the hard way as i did mine as a teenager i spent my younger life in the woods 4 wheelin and burying and for the most part didnt get hung much but we all had jeeps as kids and my best friends dad was over the motor pool in Marine Corp and taught the new guys how to drive most of the stuff they had in korea so he was our teacher ! He would take us to mud holes creeks cliffs and tell us go stick em so we would now get em out and we couldnt then he would get in them and drive them out while showing us tricks and never would he let someone hook a chain to him and he never failed to drive it out to many folks amazement and ours ! And i would be rich now if i had the money i spent in quarter car washes omg that alone is why i drive around mudholes today it takes too long to get em back clean top to bottom ..
Sounds like a good price to me.
Thing is, you have been driving for enough years to know when to stop. You won't be buried up to the axles before you stop digging a hole - so I think it will be plenty of winch. The winch between the steering wheel and the seat will do more work than the one on the front bumper IMHO.
I have ever quite been able to understand how some of these trucks get as deep in the slop as they do