I think a lot of us suffer from a heroin addition of power. I have had 170 HP superbikes and cars in my past including a 996 C2 that I traded in for my 996TT. Best move I ever made. It is a perfect car to tweak with ECU changes, suspension, etc, and you end up with a super car that does everything well. A friend of mine who is a driving instructor has a GT2 that has been modified along with several other hot cars including a 997 GT3 cup car and this is a recurring discussion between us because we both have the heroin addition for power. At the last track day he turns to me after driving my car (he took over for a few laps) and he says “don’t go for more power” it’s fast enough”. So we both agreed, it all comes down to just having a great car that you can flog at the track and on the street to have fun. The GT2 is almost too fast and it’s harder to flog at the track because you have to worry about loosing it and wrecking the darn thing (no all wheel drive and more power!). If you get too much HP, the car become more difficult to drive on the edge, the added HP works against you and the car’s balance. Net result –not as much fun. So my 996 is going to stay just like it is. My suspension will continue to be tweaked, but that’s it.