Hello...it's pleasure getting to chat. I was hoping some people could shed light and insight on a question I have regarding first "new" Ferrari ownership. I'm looking at a bunch of different Ferrari's and long-term, I hope to have a few, but I'm still kind of in the early stages of this process, but with a much clearer long-term goal of where I'd like to be. One of the things that I do believe is very brand specific (and justifiably so) is the way Ferrari chooses to keep the exclusivity of their brand, controlling units, and especially with new models, who gets to buy them, etc. At the same time, what I have been curious about is, if there is a brand new model out, I'll use the 812 Super Fast as an example, and I am interested in buying a new model Ferrari, assuming a brand new Ferrari ordered direct from a dealer, custom build, is off the table (for a first time buyer), I've seen that, within several months of these new models hitting the streets, some people choose to trade them in, re-sell them, and even Ferrari dealers across the country, have relatively brand new 812's available, for sale, and visible to the public. If you see "the newest model" with 200-700 miles on it, listed on Dupont Registry, is that a car that is available for purchase to a first time owner. Maybe I should assume "yes", but I guess...I would rather just not assume. For my own research sake, to be knowledgeable going through the process, doing my homework, and due diligence, I was just curious if it's possible, as a first time buyer, if they will sell the "new" previously owned cars, or if there is still an attempt to retain or hold the exclusivity and availability of even the newer pre-owned models, for more long-time customers, even if they have 300 miles or something, one owner previously held the car for 4-5 months, traded it in. I would add, as a caveat, also ask, if a dealer, by chance, actually had a brand new 812 for sale on the floor, given that it wasn't built to a customer's specific design, would this car potentially available to a first time buyer, at the right price? I've seen this in some extremely rare situations, but even, maybe, some dealers would buy them just to have a few new ones available on the floor (if that happens, I can't say for certain). Given the limited production, limited availability of these cars, if you really love the new model, plan on buying or owning multiple Ferrari's, even classics in the long-term, I guess, what can a first time customer expect going through the process if you find the right car, but the newest one is "the right one" (right color, options, something you want and want to keep). People have told me a lot of buyers get-in, and get-out, and I respect and appreciate that. Personally, I'd like to get something with the intention of keeping it and holding on to it, with the option to get out of it later on (hopefully years later on). Really, as I said, I understand full well the purpose of exclusivity, the purpose of limiting the new cars to long-time customers, and at the same time, I think, if you're looking for something specific, and a specific model with specific specs, these cars can take some time to come around available again, and I guess, there are scenarios where a buyer may seek a collection of Ferrari's, but "the newest one" is "the right one right now". I hope that made sense. Any thoughts, feed-back will be greatly appreciated. As I stated, I totally understand, and being a Capitalist, I have full appreciation for what Ferrari is trying to do accomplish where it wants go. I know folks can debate, bicker about it, but to me, I think it helps keep a mystique with that car, keep it original. People put a lot of energy, effort, resources into building custom exotic cars, I imagine it's hard to see them be unappreciated or even not taken care of by folks who don't care of their stuff.