I hear what Australian of The North is saying. I've seen more negative comments then excitement, even on Toyota's social media that I've stopped counting. They even sent an update to help calm the fire. That should mean a lot. I recall the level of excitement for the FT-1 was absolutely breathtaking. I just received my copy of Motortrend with the MKV on the front. The article by Editor-in-Chief Edward Loh saying that the FT-1 on the cover was the highest selling magazine. Fast forward to 2019 and it's a complete 180 degree shift with the Supra MKV 4 yrs later. There is no doubt that concept->production models become grossly watered down and the MKV really struck a nerve that resonated through the entire car community. Since we're on the forums getting all of the details by midnight, we've already gotten a chance to "sleep on it". The rest of the world that's not honed to the Supra/Toyota/Imports didn't get briefed on anything so seeing this car a week before the unveiling was a shock. The Detroit auto show was pouring salt on the wound. At the end of the day, we just have to accept it for what it is. Toyota delivered a car but they did not deliver.