Guys, I've just bought my 355 and am trying to learn as much about the mechanical aspects of her as I can. One thing I had question on was whether there are any medium/long-term effects of regularly disconnecting the battery after parking, by using the master "Disconnect Switch" on the front right side of the car. The reason I do this is (i) because I don't anticipate driving her very often and therefore don't want to wear down the battery, and (ii) the alarm is an after-market alarm that is overly sensitive and it's a hassle to always run to find the Fob to switch it off when it starts blaring. Per the owners manual, I am aware of the fact that ECU needs to "relearn" the car when you reconnect the battery, and so I anticipate giving the car a good 8 - 10 minute warm-up whenever I start it her up, but was wondering if there is anything else I need to be wary of (or if continuous dis/connecting is harmful for the car in any other way). Thanks in advance.