Hey guys and gals! As my 360 gets closer to completion after it's precat failure, I've kind of decided I'm over the car and will more than likely be looking to sell it as soon as it's done for something new. I loved it,but it bummed me out a lot with this last failure and I really just want it out of my sight. Seeing that works been going very well lately I thought I might spring for a scud. I would be looking for an example with about 10,000-15,000 miles with all the carbon goodies. I have a few questions though. 1. Is it prone to any lengthy repairs that will bum me out even more? 2.is the f1 box on these cars really as good as everyone says? I have driven 360 F1,355 F1,612 F1, and to a lesser extent a regular 430 with F1 and they all were very clunky and sorta slow for my liking(though the 430 was the best,but still not quite there). My 360 is a stick and I really love that about it. Despite my stick love,I really think the scuderia is the car for me(how awesome would a manual scud be though?) 3.How's maintenence? 4.Assuming I don't track the car,I should really never need to replace the carbon rotors? 5.What should I expect to spend on a car with 10-15k in miles with all the carbon? I would like to pull the trigger come winter time when prices are usually at their softest. 6. Would anyone here pick a 997.2 GT3 RS over a scud? Thank you for reading!