I think in most cases your thinking would be correct. I think lower production numbers will help the 812's depreciation curve compared to the F12 due to the amount made of each. I anticipate there will be a lot less 812 Superfast than F12's for example. However, there has not been a non-special series V12 Ferrari spider available in many years. There is a lot of demand for this car and I do think individuals who generally get the rear mid-engine Spider will look to the 812 GTS on the secondary market to just try it out. Don't get me wrong the 812 GTS will definitely depreciate I just do not think at the same level you have seen on the 812 Superfast. I could be wrong. Let's check back on this thread in a few years.