I feel the 430 will be a highly desireable car to have down the road. The 360 is no question a modern classic, but lacks the power and refinement found in the 430. IMO the 430 is a future classic. Is there anything missing in the 430 package? What else could you want from a car. Other than CS type weight and suspension. More power would be too much for most. It's the perfect balance of super car performance on the street or track. It may be the last model w/o Nav and the like. The lines are very 21st century while maintaining classic design from the past. The next iteration will most likely be awsome, but when you drive a 430 it's just perfectly balanced, powered, a precision type feel. Of course it can be improved on, but probably not much as a % compared to the cars that came before it. I'm happy to own one. As a Ferrari owner, it seems easy to always look foward to the next, newer, improved version of your car. I'm happy with my 430.