The serious answer is that they are very different animals. If you're serious then you owe it to yourself to go out and actually drive both. Big purchase, different kind of vehicles, etc. Go drive both.
one more raw one more refined. yes, you must go drive both. more room in the Evora and more power but heavier. depends on what you like and want it to do. both are really great cars, it's really up to you. certainly money too. have fun deciding and keep us informed. lots of good help here. also no more new exiges (street legal ones anyway) where the evoras are new or slightly used.
Perhaps. Speaking of his grave (not wanting to hijack this thread though), I went there a month or so ago as part of the whole Lotus tour by Richard Parramint. It's in a really small English town about 10 mins from Hethel in a tiny cemetery. For such a well known man, his grave site is quite humble and unassuming.