I feel the bottom of the SSR is going to fall out very soon. GM has made in excess of 3000 in 03 and who knows how many they are going to make in 04. I got rid of mine real quickly, it couldn't tow anything > 2500 lbs, power was sub standard, brakes were below expectations, no spare tire and the cargo area was too nice to use. Not to mention the useless saddle compartmemts. I feel nothing much is going to change in the next few years for the SSR, just small appointments and perhaps more power to entice previous and new buyers. Just look at Porsche, they've done it for 20 years and been very profitable. However, the SSR is not a sports car. Note now, the C5 Corvettes are selling for $3000.00 under MSRP or less. It's obvoiusly your decision how much you pay, but it's not a muscle car and it will never fit in the catagory of a GTO, MOPAR Hemi/Wedge, C1, C2/L88,C3/L88 Corvette or remotely to a Shelby Ford Corba. It's just a temporary fix to a dream which is going to depreciate with every mile that is put on it.