+1 here. In 14 years few people have seemed to figure this out. I think some of the other hard tops have failed because they couldn't engineer it to stay on. The Murci top system is very crude
I also don't think it was designed to stay on to perform since the disclaimer is to not drive over 70.
I, also, think I an going to have mine mount to the carbon trim that is in place while the top is off. I am looking to keep this low and sleek. Not to extend any higher than the wind shield and slope down to the seat and also follow the unique lines of the car. This may pose uncomfortable for talk people that may be interested. But, I'm only 5'8" and building for me and to perform.
I am also considering some kind of boot or cover that will fit behind the seat, where the support is housed to capture this air flow and possibly push it into the engine bay. This will also allow the door to not be as long.i want this to fit up front without chopping to much up inside there. My front diffs. are gone, so the room is there if I need.
I haven't powered up the car yet, and my whole ownership has been with ZERO roof. So, the windows have never been all the way up. In considering how the seal the roof to the window, do the windows drop like Audi and VW's do to allow the door to open and close and reseal? i do see in pictures there is some shape change in the soft top from the door to the car. I am assuming to allow the door to swing up.
I'm looking to power up and cold start this weekend. So, I will be able to investigate further at that time.