What cars did you compare while considering the new Supra? Will your eye wander, with the new turbo 86, New Nissan Z, 194 mph C8 Corvette starting at $60K, or the new Mustang GT500? Then there's the Porshe Cayman and Boxster...We know that, generally, these marks have traditionally attracted distinct demographics, but with changes in technology, and maker collaborations, these lines are increasing blurred. We all have different experience, taste, and reasons that go into which vehicles are right for us. Personally, I bought my 1st Toyota, used, over 40 years ago-a manual '74 Celica. From there, into the '78 280Z. Since 2008, I've owned a '08 Honda S2000CR, track prepped NC Miata, '13 FRS, '12 ISF, RC350, '18 RCF, '18 911 base MT, and currently a LC500. Now, I have a deposit down on a 2021 Supra. How has your car journey brought you to the new Supra? With so many attractive new cars hitting the ground and being announced, how do you see this affecting future demand for the new Supra. Competition is a good thing, and with the US economic numbers booming, the market for sports cars seems likely to stay good, possibly increasing. The new rear engine Corvette has hit the ground, starting at ~$60K, for a DCT car, with supercar features (+$5K for the Z51 package). It's getting a lot of attention, especially the price point...I'd bet they sell well, and may attract some younger buyers than what we've seen typically for Vettes in the last 20 years...then there's the new Nissan Z announcement, as well as the turbo 86...makes me wonder about how strong Supra demand will be over the next few years. The 2021 changes were enough to get me on board, but part of me wants to wait for the manual.