if you've seen the Top Gear review of the Gallardo, you've heard their criticism of the Gallardo missing the "X-factor" when in comparison to a Ferrari. What exactly are they talking about? They mentioned the fact that Ferrari has their illustrious history in auto racing and their heritage of legendary cars. i get that (though maybe not value that so much in assessing a specific car). and i also get that both the 355 and 360 seem to have an engine sound that seems unparalleled, even by Ferrari's other current cars. is there anything else that makes up "X-factor" and why do they think the Gallardo is missing it? They seemed to think the Murcielgo has it.