Following on from the Zonda thread below: http://www.thebestemployee.com/forum/showthread.php?t=162750 Was interested to see some comments about Group20. Thought I'd fill you in on my initial conversations with them and see if anyone has had a similar experience. Basically, I called them about an annual membership after seeing the posts on PH. Was quite interested as I'd considered Ecurie and P1 but felt the mileage / points limitations didn't give me enough driving days for my money. I went through all the basics to ensure I would qualify for membership i.e. age, driving history, etc with no problems. The sting in the tail came later on when I asked about the 2/3 day rental period. The company states you can borrow the Zonda for 2 days at a time and the rest of the fleet for 3 days at a time. This was going to be a problem for me as I wanted a car to take on the EuroTour for 7 days so I thought I'd be honest and ask upfront if they could let me have a decent car (i.e. F430 Spyder, Gallardo, etc) for one 7 day period in the year. Initially I was told that they had agreed this for other customers so if shouldn't be a problem and they just needed confirmation from someone higher up. Well, you probably guessed but the phone call came the next day saying it would not be possible so I didn't proceed and let the sales guy know exactly why. I wasn't annoyed that they said no as it does clearly state on the website the rental restrictions but a bit miffed that they treated others members differently as some had been allowed to borrow cars for longer periods. Also, the sales had the nerve to call me back a month later to ask if I was still interested, I replied "have you changed your rental terms" he said "No" so I said "goodbye". Are there any good supercar companies out there?, have to say that my experience with the sales guys and Ecurie and P1 was excellent and if I could live with the limited use I'd join but I'd probably burn up my points in a couple of weeks.