Here are some of my initial comparisons between all three. First of all, I do miss the 360 but with the 430 inbound late 06 or early 07 I can wait. The bodies: The 360, simply beautiful!! The Diablo is simply very agressive looking, especially with the wing and pop up doors, slope in the window glass and large air intakes. The Murcielago, you have to see it in person to appreciate the tamed version of the Diablo, beautiful! The lines just seem to flow. The front angle lines on the hood are awsome. Both Lamborghini's have poor rear visibility and one can't see the front hood area. The best headlights are the Murcielago. Interiors: The 360 is very spacious and very comfortable and generally good visibility, could be a daily driver. The Diablo and Murcielago remind me more of a racing cockpit and feel awsome. I prefer the individual guages to the sterile look of the single cluster of the Murcielago. You can read the Murcielago guages much easier. Slight edge goes to the 360 guages. Bring back the carbon fiber of the Diablo to the Murcielage. I'm sure the elegance of all the leather will grow on me, but it's a race car isn't it? With the 2 tone interior, it's not fair to compare it to the others. With the red/ivory, what a dramatic look!!! Wheels and rims: The 05 rims are probably my favorite of all time. With the Lamborghini symbol in the middle and the cut outs, they are a work of art. Second place goes to the Lowenhart's with the red accents on the side of the spokes (my thanks to Ron Harper who chose them). If I had the modular 360 rims, IMO they would be a close second to the 05 rims. I like the larger tires of the Lamborghini over the Ferrari. Driving impressions: I feel like I could drive the 360 all day and everyday. The Diablo, drives like a heavier car and is not as reponsive as the 360. The torque and acceleration of the Diablo is as close to my 77 March Formula Atlantic as I can remember. To be fair the Murcielago will be as fast or faster than the Diablo as it has higher horsepower. Also the Murcie has a 6 speed instead of the 5 speed and should be a closer gear ratio. The biggest surprise to me is that the Murcielage is 2/3 the distance from the Diablo to the 360 in driveability. The Murcielage does not steer heavy, the clutch is much easier to engage/disengage and the gate seems looser. For the minutes I listened to the stereo, it is much better that the other two. The Murcielago is close to the preciseness of the 360 but not completely there. I don't know about the Murcielago being a daily driver, it's too early to tell. It won't be in Indiana anyway. The worst news I just learned, is that the break-in period will not be up until 4500 miles. At least the Diablo is there finally. Right now I am limited the 4000 rpms. Boy do I miss the 8500 rpms. I can state from experience that a proper break-in pays dividends down the road. Sound: Murcielago-Tubi, what can I say!! The 360-Tubi and 8500 rpms, the ultimate. I must say the OEM on the Diablo is fantastic. It is very close IMO to the Murcielago and Tubi. The nod goes the the 360-Tubi and 8500 rpms. I only wished I'd done it sooner. I know we have favorites, but if we didn't have the competition of Lamborghini and Ferrari, IMO we would not have the quality of these fine cars. My many thanks to all here who have educated me, listened to me and helped make my sports car experience more enjoyable! Thanks to all the older sports car nuts that gave me their time when I was a teenager. Now it's my turn to return the favor. To all the younger fans on this site, stay in school, stay away from alcohol and drugs and find a job where you will be stimulated to do your best and treat your customers like they are #1. Find a life long mate and find happiness in your family and these other things will come in due time. Thanks for reading, lets go drive!