I must say that the quest to satisfiy the SSR owners from GM is far more less than the C6 owners. I would like to ask the Corvette owners who try and convince us SSR owners that we bought a sports car instead of a sport truck a few things. First of all we all have the common sense to know the difference. Do you have wind noise with the top up and the doors closed?, Do you have windows that will not go up under the weather stripping?, Do you have a rear end that whines when you decelerate?, Do you have a trunk that will not open without pulling it up?, Do you have windows that are scratched because the rubber seals do not have felt on them like "EVERY" car made on the planet has?, Do you have drink holders that will not come out of the dash each time you push them?, Do you have unbearable road noise from the holes behind the seats that corvettes don't have? Do you have the deployed air bag light and message showing all the time? Do you have GM reps saying that they never had any other complaints like this? Well it is quite simple, I paid nearly $50.000.00 for my SSR and I expect not to have the defects that we are having. It seems that GM did not prove the SSR as they did the C6. So why should we expect less. If you are one of the very small percentage that has a trouble free SSR and is 100% satisfied, then pardon me! I love my SSR, but hate knowing that the amount of complaints I have seen and read on this forum has warranted no recalls or upgrades to solve any of these issues. It isn't as though GM has made 10's of thousands of these autos. Probably the least production car on their inventory with the least attention to correcting some very simple mistakes. How much would you say that felt cost on the window seals? Maybe 50 cents or less? And how much for the continued replacement glass. $300.00 each?pherrley said:Life is too short if it makes you smile who cares what others think... It makes me smile everytime I drive it and I drive it as much as I can......Rock on!!