Thanks for the quick review. Yeah, when I was car shopping.. I really wanted to love the 86. I went back for a couple more test-drives... Absolutely loved the handling, and city + hwy were both a blast. Found the seats to be very comfortable, and enjoyed the driver position.. but I didn't like the interior aside from that. (That wouldn't have stopped me from getting one on it's own though). I was bugged by the lack of torque though. Ultimately the torque left me in limbo in regards to buying or not.. And then deciding I wanted an adult useable back seat clinched it for me. Visibility wasn't too bad... because I couldn't help but compare it to the nightmare the Camaro was.. Anything is amazing compared to that. I have the 86 partly to thank for me getting a FiST though... if I hadn't delayed deciding on a vehicle I may not have waited for the ST before picking up something else. Bit of a Debbie downer to find out the updated BRZ isn't really resolving the power concerns. If I win the lottery or something I'll pick up a BRZ anyway. Definitely a car I would enjoy having, just not one I can live with as an only vehicle right now. Possibly down the road some time.. pick one up... But my next vehicle will be another Raptor, or something for my lady. I don't need the ST to kill the twins around corners, but if it can even come remotely close to keeping up in the twisties, while resolving the torque.... and be practical.... Well, consider me a happy camper. Two great cars... Stoked to have one of em. Glad to hear that the fun factor is high even after coming from an 86 Enjoy !