Guys, I just had my second test drive of the Gallardo today. The first was about 4 months ago, so this was a refreshing opportunity. The difference this time, compared with the last was that traffic in the surrounding area was much lighter, which allowed me to open it up more. And what a rush! The throttle response is instant and you can sense a huge reserve of power. Not to mention the car felt solid! Which to me is a great thing to go against those who say that the 360 is a lighter car. I know that is a subjective issue, but when I do go fast (100Mph+) I would like all the stability/solidity I can get instead of having the car feel light and shakey (ala Porsche and in some arguments the 360). Also worth mentioning, this time I was standing on the sidewalk watching the Gallardo come towards me (driven by the dealer) and it looks absolutely menacing! In fact I would go so far as to say that it's starting to look better than the 360. Every angle of the car just says "aggresive". Anyhow, if things go well I will have a new Gallardo before this coming week is over. My only one caveat is this question, "how long do you think Audi will keep Lamborghini?" I'm only scared that without Audi's backing or should Audi sell off Lambo, then what will happen to Lambo's dealership network? At this point the dealership closest to me is a new one. And before them, there was no "official" Lambo dealership, which meant everything regarding service had to be done through independent garages. So if anyone has a crystal ball, "how secure is Lambo's future, not only as a marque, but also it's dealership networks?"