So my Evora had gotten progressively "older". Could not put my finger on it, so I was driving it less and less.
One of the thing I did not like was the "long" clutch engagement. It was hard to get a good release/acceleration.
Well, I changed the brake fluid, and "voila!", since the clutch and brake are sharing the same reservoir, I get a "new" clutch, as well as a restoration of the world class braking Evora had when it was new.
Now, the acceleration is "better", because the engagement of the clutch is so quick and pleasant. The car is like new again.
It is worth noting that LOA refused to change my brake fluid at 7k miles when I first noticed it, as it was "too early" for it. It was not. Change brake fluid every year, I am going to recommend. This car has been driving badly for at least the past year. So minimum every 2 years then. It is so cheap and provides so much benefit.
It is worth noting that each caliper has 2 bleed valves. Don't forget to bleed the inner valve as well.
Inspired by this, I also sprang for some new front tires (to get matching Michelin PSS on all 4 corners) and an alignment.
Guest what? Restoration of the Lotus "magic". I no longer have to steer the wheel consciously to take a corner, and I am no longer hitting those reflectors in the center of the road. Track is very, very true, like a Lotus.
I did take it to a good alignment shop that does Lotus, Lambo, etc.