SThough the possibility of a GM-Chrysler Merger remains but a 50/50 chance, the non-denial denials have sent our heads spinning. Are conversations actually taking place? Of that we're certain. Will it actually happen? Hard to say. Will it magically save both companies? Even harder to say. What we do know is a combined company would have a lot of products to draw from across various segments, and their lineups are actually, with the right cuts and decisions, more complementary than you would think. We've taken a look at what choices a merged company should make to build their ultimate lineup should the two automakers industrially copulate, recognizing the production realities, brand equity, dealer concerns and other factors that would go into such a decision. You, dear readers, should take this as a starting point to draft and build your ultimate fantasy company in the comments below.