That's how I feel now after taking delivery and a three hour drive home, sweaty and deaf. Stage II sounded awesome. The sun was relentless. I had forgotten how hot a targa can be. I didn't even think to ask how to read the fuel gauge. So I filled it up; until I get used to how much is being used as each bar disappears. Blind spots will take some time to get used to. I figured if I passed everyone that would not be an issue. I knew the car would handle well and have owned a bunch of great handling cars, but what I found remarkable was the superb road feel and connectivity without the suspension rattling you to death. Anyway, as most new owners have already stated, it's a unique and fun car to drive. A brief shower arose so I pulled under a bridge and quickly threw on the top. Four people took pics/movies as I rolled by, couple of honks and of course the tuners wanted to race. I bought the car from the marketplace here on the forum; proof that this forum is not just a wealth of information but the full ownership experience. Thanks for all the advice and will post pics tomorrow.