Yesterday, Around 3 pm, my wife and I decide that on a 80 degree day we should put the top down and take a small cruise. Everything proceeded nicely and was returning home. Driving on a 4-lane divided hwy. with a posted speed limit of 55mph. For once in my life I was driving the speed limit when we met a Tn. state trooper. I looked in my rear view mirror and see him do an immediate "flip flop". He gets behind us and follows us for a mile or so and then he hits his blue lights. I pull over to the side of the hwy., he walks up to my car, and says "good afternoon". I inquired if I had done something wrong and he said no, that this was the first SSR he had seen and just wanted to look at it more closely. So we spend about 10 minutes on the side of the road, his patrol car behind me with the blue lights flashing, every passing car looking at the idiot who had been stopped by the trooper, and he checks everything out. Had to show him how the top operates, the remote tonneau cover opens, etc. He was very impressed with the SSR, thanked me for my time and cooperation. and proceeded on his way. Living in a small rural Tn. County of 30,000 people I think I still have the only SSR in this area so it is attention getting. All-in-all, sort of a neat way to get introduced to the local state trooper and who knows, maybe I'll get diplomatic immunity if he ever has to stop me again on an "official" basis. Like I said earlier, I tend to drive above above the posted speed limits!