A few things I've been wondering, maybe someone can share some insight: 1) I read somewhere that the Challenge Stradale has "lightweight composite body panels." Does this mean it has plastic panels instead of aluminum? 2) How will the value of a CS hold in a couple years from now, when the new "420 Monza" comes out? I've noticed that, generally, limited run iterations tend to hold their value better over the long haul (i.e. 512M, 348 Speciale, etc.) Wonder if this will also be the case with the CS? 3) I remember when the 360 Modena was first released in 1999, and I saw quarter mile times posted in the magazines at 12.0 and 12.1. Then in recent couple of years, they seemed to have increased to 12.4 and 12.5. And now the CS is posting quarter mile times at 12.0 and 12.1. So I guess I'm a little perplexed -- were the initial numbers for the 360 Modena a bit exagerrated, or are the current numbers for the CS a bit conservative? One would think the new launch control and quicker shifting of the revised F1 system of the CS alone would be enough to decrease quarter mile times -- then even more so with decreased weight and more horsepower.