thats it, let it all out here....I think we will all enjoy the car better if we have to go through a bit of hard times to get it. I agree with you about knowing more then the saleman in most cases. not all the salesman are as cool Sky Spy. My original salesman (which I made famious because I was the first sky sale they had) left soon after I switched my deposit over the Redline. Then I got his partner, who was very nice and I enjoy, but it took me awhile to get to know him as well. Then he left about 3 weeks back and I was not call by anyone. I called for my old salesman, but they said he had gone and hooked me up with another salesman. This guy was nice and seemed to have all the right words, but they were almost too "saleman-ish". I called for an update on the RL an neother he or the GM, who I had a really good relationship with prior, would return my calls. I am only guessing, based on his mumbled words, that the salesman I was passed to, also had a customer waiting on a RL and because there was a constraint on manuals, (remember I was first on the list) I was bumped back and they ordered the first RL for the guy who was second, without telling me, hoping they would get another RL without me noticing. I guess I just hate to see the rd begin to look rocky this late in the game. Atleast I'm not the only one going through it. I can atleast say that this dealer has been selling the Skys for MSRP up to this point, but I was just hoping to have the RL for my wife's B-day in the middle of Sept, at this won't be a possibility.StarlightSky said:Slow? Slow is having your dealership call you and ask if you have any updates on your Sky yet?! He just got off the phone after calling ME and I swear that's what he asked me. I have to ask myself if it's really ossible they have no clue at all. Hope they have a sign that says "Breath in - Breath out" or they're liable to keel over.