What is this? The garage of no alerts? Seriously, this stopped being funny when it was happening to @TurnLeft Speaking of whom, Glad you guys liked his magazine (So now I don't get to hear, Why didn't you tell me that was a silly idea) I got a sneak peek as it arrived at the store, what another super idea and a whole bag of chuckles. (Oh, and sorry, I missed some on the spelling mistakes, how did I miss Scotts? ) Thanks for the Promo BTW, that was very nice of you Cool duck! But not as cool as the beaver in that advert. How long is it going to take for that to be used as an avatar. I got the guess the avatar trivia question wrong too I remember seeing it change to the roadsign on the white background, but couldn't remember what came before. Most of the rest were just last month Anyway... Ridox, can you please stop (Please, never do this!!! ) with the production line already. I can't keep up, I'm still back a few pages looking at a pair of Amuse S2000s I promise I'm coming back to have a go at those They're going to be my treat when I finish testing for the FITT Shootout. Then the Boss 302, that car just looks and sounds awesome. Especially in that black and red livery in the video Can we get that on here? Bummer, no we can't Ooh, red with black though, even better And did I see a McLaren F1 LM replica thrown in there too somewhere. I'm going be very busy @ALB123 I'd like to take a moment to get back to your post about why you come to this garage so much. I couldn't agree more about Ridox's ability to tune these replicas to be so realistic or the joy that you find driving some cars which will kill you if you ask it the wrong question in a corner. I've been won over too and I'm one of the tuners that does the other thing . I can't say I was ever against the whole replica idea, but when I first found the very few replica tuners around in GT5 I didn't really pay any attention being honest. Even early in GT6 I saw plenty of Ridox's replica tunes being posted around and again didn't really get drawn in. It wasn't until around May or June last year I finally clicked on one of those links and found myself in here looking at a McLaren MP4-12C (GT4 Replica I think) which was used as example in a discussion we were having somewhere else. Then came the Evora GT4, that was my hook? Back when camber was even more messed up than it is now, these cars just drove so much better than most of the other tunes I'd tried and on much lower grade tyres usually (Mostly mine being fair.) I've tried quite a few more now, too many to mention and love the way I can learn so much from some of the spec options for some cars and have so much fun doing it. I can totally get where you're coming from But I also keep coming back here because it's a nice little positive corner of an at times very negative GTPlanet. There's a tuner who knows what he's doing and loves doing it, quite a few regular visitors who also love what they do, whether it's getting into the heat of A-Spec battles with cars 150pp higher than them or taking out one of their dream cars for a virtual test drive round some excellent driving roads because we can't do it in real life. Or those who go chasing carrots all the time And then there's getting to read your reviews. I could almost feel the passion coming out the screen reading that one. If TurnLeft ever decides to make his magazine again, I hope he gives you the call. I'd sign up for a subscription for that Until the next time I stumble in with my alerts not working. Keep having fun!