I was overly hard on you, I know. Mine is on order. Not bothering me though, it's not going to be a daily driver. I like being in a cool car as much as the next guy, but overt attention makes me squeemish. Just the way I'm wired. But if you're trying to smack me with an envy bat by using the "I've got a GT500 and you don't" bat, it's a swing and a miss, as I wouldn't feel all that envious sitting at a light next to you in my '68 GT500KR, or my '69 Boss 429. It's a complicated issue. I'm proud of my cars. I'm NUTS with regard to detail and cleanliness and appearance of the cars, as it's a reflection of my standards. But I try not to get tricked into thinking that my car somehow makes me "cool" or "better". That's the point at which, it's just a car, and I'm just a guy, and I oughta be enjoying the rarity and exclusivity benefits for the right grounded reasons. Anyhow, I am sorry about the previous post. I got a little overzealous. I simply lose it when I see people cruising around, or at car shows, taking the whole "look what I've got" thing WAYYYY past what would be considered psychologically healthy. You know, the guy who shows up at the Mustang show with the 1st of something new, and proceeds to unfold his director's chair, and sit next to the car all day, repeating the same snotty story about how rare it is and how much it cost him over and over, all day long... You know the type... Unfortunately, when you dip your toe into the paying a bunch more than necessary for a car pool, you find your self swimming around with a bunch of those types, and you all look the same from the pool deck.