Me and my girl were out car shopping today(for her) and we ended up at the chevy place. They didn't have any Z06's but had 4 new C6's in the showroom. They said they had 7 Z06s that had came in so far but were all presold. Anyways, we were there for my girl to test drive an SSR, which she liked the exterior, ride, and power, but hated the interior and lack of options. She then decided to test drive a C6 vert which was loaded out, was an automatic and price was like 62k MSRP. Of course we had to go through a song and dance for them to let my girl drive it until I told the salesperson what cars I owned. My woman liked it so I decided to drive it since I had never driven one before, and I wanted to see why so many people buy them. (I see like 10 a day) My thoughts compared to my Viper were as follows: I know these are things most of you know already. -Looks don't even compare, Vette looks like a Viper wannabe in that department. -Vette felt a lot less cramped (im 6'5") I could also see the stop lights out of the windshield without having to duck down when Im the first one waiting at a light. -Vette had way more options, but the interior just looked cheap compared to the Viper. Viper seats were more supportive. -Vette's ride was infinitely better. I feel like I'm in a paint shaker when I drive the Viper. (need motons I guess and some non run flats) -The Vette felt lighter, brakes were a little weaker though. Viper has the best brakes of any car Ive ever driven. It's like hitting a brick wall when you stop hard. -The Vette pulled pretty hard when I floored it on the freeway. So much easier to drive, since I didnt have to worry about killing myself if I dropped down to a gear that was too low. Power wasn't as good as the Viper obviously. -Vette was way quieter, exhaust and road noise. Verdict: I liked the Vette more than I thought I would, but I could never have a car that I saw 10 of a day. It's a great value, but not as much fun to drive as the Viper. It's a much better commuter car, the Viper is more of a toy. Needless to say my woman is not getting a vette. I have to admit I'm growing tired of the insanely rough ride of my Viper. If it's as simple as a Moton + tire upgrade, I may be convinced to keep it long term. Anyone who has the moton upgrade, want to offer up some details or comparisons about the ride? I would really like to do some major upgrades to my Viper (major power, suspension, traction control, etc) but would hate to spend all that time and money and still have that harsh ride, and feel unsafe at the car's limits. What can I say, I guess my 625 hp 745 tq, smooth riding, heavily optioned, SL600 has spoiled me.