Hi, Last year there was an obvious answer to this question for me, BUT, been there, done that. I don't want to give away too much information because there is not a day that goes by that my boyfriend is not lurking on these boards and I definitely don't want him finding out what I'm doing for him. There are tons of things I would love to be able to do for him, some of the amazing Ferrari experiences they offer in Italy, track driving experiences, etc. But, since I'm not in the "club" to own a Ferrari and neither is my boyfriend, some of these things are a bit out of my budget. I outdid myself last year and managed to get him a chance to drive a 430, which turned out to be one of the coolest things we've ever done. He talked about it forever, still talks about it. But, like I said, been there, done that. The next best thing would be to rent one so he could have it a whole day to himself, but at this point in time I'm not really in any means to be doing that this year either. Any ideas of something I could do for him, or anything anyone's done for you that you thought was nice/thoughtful? I wanted to bring him to a big annual meet somewhere, but the one in our state is in the fall and we might be relocating by that point. His birthday is a few months before that, as well. I was thinking about doing this as a small thing since he does have interest in other Italian cars and race cars in general (typically only F1 though). Would you guys find going to this museum (http://www.simeonefoundation.org/?page_id=43) interesting? I found it a few months ago and talked about doing it some other time, but I think he's forgotten about it, really. I was thinking it might be a sweet surprise. Or would you guys really only be interested in the Ferraris and think it's a bit of a waste of time? He has appreciation for a lot of cars but really is strictly a Ferrari man if you were to ask him what he'd buy. Any help is appreciated, or any other ideas. I always want to try and work SOMETHING Ferrari into his birthday each year, but I outdid myself the first time around and now I'm at a loss. Haha, thanks!