I own both, a Scuderia and 991.2 GT3 touring, and I couldn't think of selling either one. They are different experiences. The GT3 does everything well and with the touring package, it's much more subdued and flies under the radar. The suspension, brakes, and 9K 4.0L engine are SUBLIME. The Scuderia interior and cockpit is much more special; it has that sense of singular purpose with the mix of alcantara, carbon fiber, exposed weld joints, metal floor, etc. The drive experience is raw, visceral, and when I only have a sliver of time in a given week to get out to let loose, the Scuderia's key is the one I grab. Even though the Scuderia is nearly a decade older than my GT3, it "feels" every bit as fast. For a 500 mile trip, I'd take either car. I agree with ScudLife that the seats in the Scuderia are more comfortable than the GT3T with light weight buckets. I commute to work in both cars to The City (San Francisco) and find that the suspension in both cars are quite compliant. You'd be surprised to know that the Scuderia in 'soft suspension' mode actually makes it very comfortable. Last point I'd like to make is that I think the GT3 (996/997/991) is a better car for the track. For one, I prefer manual transmission and two, the GT3's brakes are much better. The GT3 also feels more durable and is less expensive to maintain -- service/oil changes/consumables.