I'm a new 360 owner, so I'm just getting my feet wet in the Ferrari/exotic club. I thought I'd share a cool experience I had just two days after buying the car: Where I live I know there are a few other exotic owners, but I *never* see them on the road. In 17 years, I've seen another Ferrari near my home once then never again. In my work commute, I might see anywhere from 1 - 4 exotics per YEAR. My point is, they're a rare sight, so... Two days after buying the 360 I was out taking a friend for a ride. We were on a divided 4-lane near my house and I noticed a white Lamborghini in my rear view mirror, sneaking up in the adjacent lane. I tapped the horn twice in acknowledgment as he nosed up beside me. He gave me a thumbs-up, stared at my car for a few seconds, then nailed it for all it was worth and sped off down the road. It was dusk, so I couldn't tell which model Lambo it was, but it looked like a fairly new one. I got to thinking about that. A guy in a car possibly worth $100k or so more than mine gave me his approval. He acknowledged me as being "in the club." That was a good feeling after being an onlooker for so many years. I've had similar experiences when driving my Nova. That's one of my favorite parts of owning classic/exotic cars - the camaraderie, instantly being "friends" with someone you've never met before.