FWIW Bob, I think it's very important that you are happy with your decision. But that doesn't mean it's easy to be able to say two years down the road, (pun sort of intended), that you will say "boy am I glad I did this." In my personal life, when ever I had an important decision to make, after all the research, lots of thought, talking to persons in the know about what I was considering it all boiled down to "How did I feel about it." No science, GANT charts, or VENN diagrams - just how I felt. That method never disappointed me. I.E. I knew after reluctantly giving up my beloved GT350, that some day, some how I needed to own another Shelby. Why did I feel that way? Obviously, in large part because of the GT350 experience. I was single and never been married when I bought the first Shelby. The feeling of driving it off the lot at Muldoon Motors in Pensacola, FL was pure joy, great anticipation of the fun I was going to have, and that I was driving a rare piece of high performance automotive history. And having been single since April of 2014, (my wife died from ovarian cancer), there is no reason not to indulge myself, so here I am, a thrilled and very happy owner of another Shelby. Plus when you join a group of folks who are passionate about the same thing as you, you add an extra dimension of enjoyment due to the forums like this one, and by attending the events where you get to meet people who share your interests. Bottom line - be happy!