haha we have similar taste in cars. I had an F12 and traded it for my F8. F8 spider on order, but I am pretty sure I am going to trade that in on the new Aventador NF. F8 is fast though and fun to drive in the city, but there is sort of a major problem with the steering design on the car. It suffers from MAJOR bump steer, and it's not the wheel and tire set up, it's the steering/suspension set up. So when you are on the highway going like 75+ and you hit a bump, it gives you a very uneasy feeling and makes driving the car not all that pleasurable on many occassions. So when My F8 spider shows up, I'll keep it for a year or whatever Ferrari dictates, then sell it with less than 1,000 miles on it.Wow thatnks for the insights. I have a 23 EVO RWD and a 458 and F12. I was considering trading both Ferraris in for an F8 but the more I look into it the cooler I get on the idea.