^^^^^^^^^^I agree with the fact that a Viper will try to bite the hand that feeds it (aka, "you knew I was a snake when you bought me, man"). As previously posted, you can mitigate that IF you know what you're doing, but I'd say that's a very small percentage of people out there on the roads today. For me, the GT-R is just so good a building driver confidence and making you feel better than you really are. Sure, every car has it's limits, but the GT-R is forgiving and predictable. So to the OP, don't discount your own performance driving experience in this equation - do you want to be on edge and paranoid every time you take you car out for some spirited driving, or do you have the training and experience to reel it in if things start to go "sideways"? I'm no Andretti, so GT-R for me all day!