Hey Guys, Im in the market for a mondial and was looking for some advice on generations/cab vs coupe given my requirements (not sure if this is a valid thread to ask in. Ill move if needed). Long story short is, this will be replacing as my second car (not third or forth), and I need to make sure the what models/generations will do what I need. The 3 absolute necessities are that: 1) the car be water tight it will be street parked and I 100% plan to drive it in rain as well.2) It be usable for road trips I make trips back and forth between socal and norcal 4-5 times a year and my other two cars are very distinctly a city car and a track car (this car is replacing a 996 I recently got rid of). Im not expecting any real luxury at all.I just need to be able to hear my radio over the wind noise and have a decent seat3) It must handle traffic Im in socal so I just never know when I will hit traffic and need to not be worried about overheating/burning cats when I do. Here are my main questions: A) Is wind noise in a cab really that bad with the top up? On the road trips its not uncommon to cruise near 100 and I have had cabs that are over 100dB at that speed and ones you can have a dinner conversation in. Im wondering where exactly the mondial cab falls and if certain gens are better about it than othersB) Can you reliably make a cab water tight? C) Would any of the models have more issues than others with traffic? I know the 355s have a ton of trouble with it, but I know virtualy nothing about the T/348 drive train. From everything I have read the drive train of the QV or 3.2 should handle it just fineD) Curious question - any of the cars have noticeably better AC than the others? I dont even own a car with AC currently, so obviously not a big deal, just curious.E) Any of the cars have engines known to go longer than others (assuming full proper maintenance)? I will likely put 4k+ on it a year Honestly, I would really prefer a coupe just look wise, but the cabs are so much more readily available I figured I should ask. The cabs are also easier to find with a bit rougher interior/exteriors tbh and I realy dont want a mint car given I will be street parking it. I also plan to do all of my own work. I know the Ts are more complex engine wise and have the variable suspension, but the PS is a bit enticing. Having to drop the gas tank to do a service is a PITA but Ill get over it for every 30k.