I have to say that I was very impressed with the car. It is still the king of bang-for-the-buck. The power is typical Corvette power, that is to say, loads of torque down low, which makes it very useable in city driving. It is fast as hell, and doesn't feel like it is working all that hard to be that fast. The clutch is surprisingly light, and the shift throws are short. Your arm can comfortably rest on the center console while shifting. Steering is very accurate, although it lacks slightly in feedback. Handling is amazing. The interior sound level is improved over the Z06, as is interior quality overall. Although the materials used are better than the outgoing version, they still do not even come close to approaching to something like a Ferrari - but then again, for the money, can you expect it to? It had the heads-up display (HUD), and on one of the screens that you can choose for the HUD, it had a g-force reading - very cool! This one also had the new navigation system with a touch screen display. Very easy to use, very intuitive. You can use it without opening up the manual. It is also DVD-based, something that all nav systems should be. Also, you leave the keys in your pocket - as long as they are with you, the car will unlock as you approach it, and start up as well. For anybody who wants maximum bang for the buck, and doesn't mind that there there will be a ton of them on the road, this is the car to have.