So we have made the descision to buy a practical car before we buy any super cars, with the idea of it being a non daily driver for mostly bad weather days. and with that in mind we went and test drove the 2007 range rover supercharged. My first impression is "wow I love it" but now its time to get the shopping part done. first off does anyone own one if so how has ownership been, how do you like it. ive seen alot of talk on here bout the porsche ceyanne we ran out of time and didnt get to test drive one of those. for anyone whos driven both do you have any reasons to choose one over the other? now for the test drive. I love the low range transmission and all the options such as locking the center differential. the driveline is simply amazing. accelleration is very nice, the huge brembo brakes make stopping actually decent for something 5400lbs. we loved the heated and cooled seats, along with the heated rear seats very nice option. absoulutly loved the 3 levels of ride hight you can select. the adaptive headlights are a neat option something ive not has the priviliage of seeing in action up till now. fit and finish were amazing no squeaks or rattles even over the washboard 30degree slant then 30degree up and down slopes on the test track, id be interested to know if that keeps up or if it will be all rattles in 20k miles. it has a backup camera which is nice for maneuvering with confidence. and the handling was far better than I expected for an suv, we drove a new mercedes ML before we made the choice to buy the bmw 3series, and were not impressed it had horrid body roll and the transmission, brakes, and steering left alot to be desired. the range rover had none of that. and the steering gave great feedback all in all too many good things to list. now some cons, we went on wrecked exotics.com and man out of every range rover in an accident on there almost all of them flipped and the A pillars seem to crush a whole lot way more than I would like. more than enough to be killed on impact. (im not sure any suv is any better in this department) other than the rollover fears the only other negative thing i can see is just the size of it, as im used to smaller cars. I dont fear the big ones but they are more akward to park and see out of, not to mention the problems with seeing small low cars while driving. and not being able to fit in those tight places on the highway. anyhow lets hear your thoughts on owning either the porsche or the rangerover supercharged. or if you dont own either just any thoughts in general . keep in mind were not going to be commuting to work in it except for on bad weather days .... well thats the plan anyhow I dont know though when I get it I hope I have the willpower to resist driving it.