Hi all, After 15 months and almost 2,000 miles, I have sold my F12 (and Porsche 991.2 GT3) today. Perhaps it's my age (51), but after taking both cars on 500 mile roundtrips on some of Scotlands best and quietest roads this summer (not the NC500, but elsewhere in the Highlands), I concluded that to enjoy these particular cars properly, you really need to be stretching their engines, which means you just go too fast. Even with no-one around, it's still too fast to be comfortable. Yes, they sound great at lower revs too, but I want my cars to do what they were built/bought for and for the F12, to me, that means stretching the engine. I had a 458 spider a few years ago, then did 488 GTB (not engaging enough after the 458) and thought I was missing an engine, so went for the F12 (and GT3). I've now concluded, that what I was missing wasn't the engine, but the open air, so I have an incoming 488 Spider. That will allow me, I hope, to experience the 'thrill of driving', but at lower speeds. I'm also hoping the open air will allow the engine to better showcase its sound to me than the GTB did and get the balance of fun v speed in a better equilibrium. Finally, for the F12 (potential) owners out there - if you can, I'd definitely recommend changing to the 812 spec Michelin PS4S tyres, instead of the stock PZeros. I read that advice on several threads and figured I'd go for it. It transformed the handling of the car - I was able to push it way more in the dry and feel confident in the wet. Ironically, it was that ability to push that got me going too fast for my comfort and lead to the sale of the F12 (and GT3) today.