Many people here have multiple cars and face similar problems to the one I am going to describe and I would be grateful for input. My plan for next week has been to take my wife out in our gated 430 Spider, for her birthday, to the English countryside for a couple of nights, a little tour. She loves convertibles. Work, family, travel, and other commitments mean I get to take the 430 out on a couple of meaningful drives of a few hundred miles a year, and this is due to be one of them. Itinerary booked, weather forecast perfect (not always the case in England). Meanwhile, Aston Martin have offered the DB11 Volante (also convertible for those not familiar with Aston speak) for a test drive review next week. I run some magazines, and a perk is getting these review cars. We need to do the review drive next week, for the next issue. So my dilemma is: do I take my gated 430 Spider, with fresh service and new Pilot Sport 4Ss, and hand the DB11 keys to a staff member to review? We probably won’t get the Aston again for a week, and I won’t have the chance to do another proper drive in the 430 this year. Or do I take the Aston and leave the 430 at home? Although they are interestingly roughly similar in value, this isn’t a question about which car to buy for keeps - the Ferrari wins easily there for me. It’s just a particular dilemma. What would people here do in the same circumstances? I know I am asking a forum of Ferrari enthusiasts but would anyone be curious enough about the Aston to leave the Ferrari at home? Genuinely haven’t decided.