1. No trucks/SUVs, except the "sport trucks" like the Xtreme and Lightning. Trucks are never seen in any racing league other than Baja racing and Craftsman Truck Series, and even then they're heavily modified. Whoever said that Gran Turismo is a "driving game" has it totally wrong. It is a racing game that uses everyday cars, rather than just racecars. There is no known origin as to the "Driving Simulator" part. If you want a "driving game", buy Midtown Madness. 2. No vans at all, except the Renault Espace F1. No stock vans like the Odyssey. Ridiculous. 3. No antiques, and by that I mean horseless carriages. Cars that cannot even attain sixty miles per hour should not be in a racing game. Also, "antique" is not a bad term for something. Antique does not equal antiquated. I just don't want cars that will do one lap per hour, thank you. I will allow early twentieth century racecars, as well as 20s-30s cars, but no Model T or Motorwagen. 4. Tuner cars limited to one per vehicle. Having different tuners means nothing to me. They all look and perform the same in my opinon. 5. No replicas. Why bother? These are just digital reproductions anyway. Why have a digital reproduction of a reproduction? 6. Hot rods are allowed only if the stock versions are provided. They basically will be a substitute for the lack of a tuner edition.