You are so correct, I will never forget the looks I got the day I bought my Bee, Picture late October, November 2006 I pull into dealership in a 12 year old 94 grand caravan looking a little tired and grimy from working all day. Taking a look around the lot for the Yellow SuperBee and not seeing it I asked a salesman if they had the car and where might it be. The look I got was disbelief of why do you want to see that car you sure can't afford it, as he replied it is in the show room as he walked away. I walked inside the show room and there it was, and I walked around it I think 3 times when a salesman I have dealt with on other cars came up to me and said hello, an old high school hockey buddy I was shocked to see him at this dealership since I last purchased a car from him. He asked would I like to purchase the car, by now we are drawing a crowd around us of other sales people that are kind of chuckling about our conversation and I replied when can I get the car if I buy it today, he said the day after tomorrow. As I looked around at the gathering I said wrap it up. Jaws dropping to the floor of a few sales guys with a look of disbelief. I will never forget it. even the guy who walked away from me was in total shock. LOL This sure made my day. Rob the salesman was so appreciative that he closed the sale and got a big commission check that he actually thanked me with a car cover and tickets to a Toronto / Detroit hockey game. Now this is the difference between a guy that knows his business and cares to one that only wants a sale and could care less about you.