Here's a few pictures of my Murcielago that I hope you'll find interesting. I have the see through bonnet with engine valve covers painted red. Red ceramic brembo brakes compliment the engine shade as well. As much as I believe the 18" wheels function well for Murcielago, I believe they are very unbecoming of such a masterpiece. I have 19 front and 20 rear HRE wheels with 345 tires in the back. I have lowered the car .5 inches as any more than that starts effecting the ride quality. Surprisingly the bigger wheels have not effected this ride quality, however I noticed a significant increase in handling with the lowering. I have a stage II exhaust system which produces a throaty deep base V12 sound. I have also gotten rid of all the funky, cheap plastic vent covers all around and replaced them with stainless steel mesh. I am currently doing the same modification on my 94 Purple anniversary Diablo 30 SE. The black accent look is not modern anymore. I will post pictures of my SE as I am changing the interior currently. The complete interior is being changed to the prototype SE royal blue alcantara interior. It will be the only such SE in the US. However my Diablo has a Borla exhaust. I did not like the tone of Borla for Murcielago. It was too high pitched and annoying. The quad pipes did not enhance the esthetics either. But for Diablo, as the SE is my most favorite of all Diablos that I've owned, will be a crime to be driven without Borla. Don't you guys love how Lambos can get away with such daring designs and colors!