Hello folks, I'm pleased to announce that I've welcomed into my home a 2012 Grigio FF / Cuoio Toscano FF. This car came to me with about 27k miles, and is highly optioned, ticking almost every single one of my boxes. Options include factory rear-seat DVD entertainment (for my 2 daughters), cruise control, passenger display, AFS, front lifter, upgraded leather interior with leather lined boot, front end PPF, and built-in/concealed Escort Passport 9500ci radar detector / laser jammer. There are too many more features to list - the sticker price was $399k (and I have the sticker to prove it). I really enjoy the lovely sounds the engine makes, the power and responsiveness of the massive V-12 engine, and the agility of the double clutch gearbox. Everything works together really well (engine/gearbox), and it's easy to achieve BIG speeds before you're even out of 2nd gear. Also, the car functions well, everything works nicely, apart from the seatbelt extenders which get confused sometimes. But, hey, it's a Ferrari. Actually, my last Ferrari was an '01 360 Spider, which felt like it was a ticking timebomb of repair needs. Comparatively, the FF presents itself like a rocket ship - Ferrari cars have come a very long way over the past 20 years! I'm looking forward to a number of family road trips this Spring and Summer in the United States. I suppose the best thing about the car is that I can use it in far more circumstances than I could with my 360 Spider. I love being able to take my kids to school or soccer practice in this hilariously overpowered family car. It's the right equipment for this time in my life. Maybe some day I'll sell it and move into an F12 B. The V-12 line has really made an impact on me!