I did two vacations in my 456M of over 5K miles each without an incident. One ranged from San Antonio, TX to Prescott, AZ and back, and the other from SA to the Blue Ridge Parkway and back. I even did a COTA track day before the BRP trip, and didn't think anything of it. Of course, I had the car very well sorted to the tune of about $30K worth of work, but it seemed like that was what the car was designed to do. Taking my 360 from here to WA and then US-101 down the coast to LA next month. I have a list of Ferrari service centers just to be sure, but I'd bet I have a better than even chance of no problems. It's a generation newer than the 456M and has been much less trouble, and I've had the engine and transmission out to restore everything in the engine bay, along with the suspension and electricals. Unreliable Ferraris have never had that kind of attention, I think. Still buying a C8 to have an even less stressful touring car, but I do these Ferrari adventures to make a point. They can be made reliable, it just costs a lot if you don't do your own work. And I know you work on yours, which I envy, but I break things with tools.