First time posting, but I have been reading the forum for over two years. Lots of great information here and I just wanted to give my opinion on the comments we read about the lack of trunk space in the Sky.
My wife and I bought our '08 redline in Sept. of 2010 because we thought it would be a lot of fun for just taking a little cruise or even maybe some extended holidays. We live in Lloydminster, Alberta, Canada, that's about 500 miles north of Great Falls, Montana, so our "cruising season" is fairly short, late April to early Nov. on a good year. When we bought "Northern Sky" she had 17000 miles, today, 2 seasons later, we have just over 42000 miles on her. 5000 of those miles was a 3 week trip from Lloydminster to the Napa Valley and back, via the Washington, Oregon and California coasts, we have also taken a two week cruising holiday - 2500 miles - and several weekend trips, some which included taking 2 complete sets of golf clubs (in soft bags, not reg. golf bags) and an over night bag. These trips were all done with everything in the trunk except for a couple small carry bags behind my wife's seat and we have always packed so that we could have the top down!
I guess what I am saying is that "where there is a will there is a way". My wife has become the guru of packing and we have never been short of the things we've needed. We are very envious tho' of all you folks who can drive your cars year 'round because as I am writing this it is -18 F. outside and I have 5.5 feet of snow piled up on either side of my driveway.
"Northern Sky" has been put to bed since the middle of October, when we got our first major snowfall and she will be resting comfortably in my heated garage probably till late April, early May.
Looking forward to spring, but for right now we wish you all "All the best in the New Year".