Considering the situation with Roy and his experience with Lambo of Bellvue, perhaps we need to have a nice lapel pin, or badge that we can wear when we visit a dealership. I think the day has arrived where ALL the dealers need to be put on notice that WE ARE A COMMUNITY OF FRIENDS AND ENTHUSIASTS. A dealership is a business, and in most areas of business, the companies that screw their customers end up OUT OF BUSINESS. I think that every one of us should make it our solemn duty to keep the rest of our readers informed of what type of experiences they are having with different dealers. Name names, let the chips fall where they may. I am glad that the Bellvue dealer finally came to his senses, but I don't believe that the 'tiger has changed his stripes'. If the only way to get proper treatment from a Lambo dealer is to publicly humiliate them, then Audi has a much bigger problem than they realise. If we all dedicate ourlselves to 'outing' the bad behaviour and bad people in this business, very soon the offending parties will be pushed out of the Lambo sales and service business. I believe that Lambo of Scottsdale will soon no longer be a Lambo dealer, as they have displayed the most appalling treatment towards their customers. As an aside, the owner just fired his loyal and competent service manager because she told him she was pregnant and would need some time off in few months time. Nice... I am sick of Lamborghini not insisting that their dealers behave in an ethical manner. I am sick of being lied to, insulted, cheated and driven to utter frustration. I love Lamborghini, I hate the local dealer. If ANY of you feel you wish to buy a car from Lambo of Scottsdale, PM me your phone number and I will call you and relate the whole sordid story. If we all wore a Lambo-Talk badge whenever we visited a dealer, pretty soon they would get the message...'DON'T MESS WITH US'...! Together, we can drive the scum out of this business...and we owe it to each other to do so. Rascasse.