So, I have been looking at a used 612 at Scottsdale Ferrari. I went to this forum to find someone to do a PPI. I called Alex Traverso and Andy at FMS as they were recommended. Alex said that if I am buying from Scottsdale Ferrari, then I don't need a PPI as the used car should be good. He also said that he didn't have the proper tools to evaluate the car. I also spoke with Andy at FMS. Andy was very nice and spoke with me on the phone for about half an hour. I called and spoke with him about 2-3 times and told him that I needed a PPI done at the dealer. He asked me to speak with the sales person who said that the PPI could be done at the dealership. I told him that the dealer said it was OK to do a PPI, and he said that he would have it done before I flew out there to test drive the car -- that was 1 1/2 weeks ago. I have since spoken to him a few times, and he said that he would go out there to do the PPI. It is 1 1/2 weeks later, and still no PPI. I emailed him and left him VMs and nothing. I understand that he is probably extremely busy, but if he doesn't have the time to do a PPI, then I would appreciate him telling me so I can find someone else. I know that he has a good reputation as a Ferrari mechanic, but this is frustrating. As it stands, I have wasted almost 2 weeks waiting, and need to move on this car. It looks like I will end up purchasing it without a PPI. Just wanted to share my experience in case it helps anyone.