I've just bought a 2001 Type-V to replace an RX8 as my main car, primarily because I have another RX8 as a toy (400 BHP, twice the normal power, using a turbo-charged RX7 engine) and I couldn't find anything else that I liked. She'll mostly be used for doing the 200 miles each week that I do commuting to see my sons and the odd weekend away. Top of my list for now are a service, undersealing, fitting better summer tyres on the existing rims, getting winter tyres on another set of rims and replacing fuses with LED fuses (they light up when the fuse blows, a great help when your engine dies on a motorway at night, as happened to me once). So far, all so sensible. The rest of my list contains my plans to add a few bits and pieces that I took out of my last 2 RX8s before I sold them: Digital video recorders, one filming through the windscreen and one through the rear window, each recording a loop onto easily-removable SD cards. A new stereo head unit feeding an amp (either 2 x 155W RMS or 4 x 70W RMS), speakers (I have some Focal units bit I don't know yet if they'll fit), and sub with amp (500W mono or run off the rear of the 4 x 70W). What I fit depends on what speakers I can fit in her and my RX8. A Nexus 7 tablet in place of the sat nav to give me Bluetooth, recorded music, gauge display using an OBD dongle (if she has one . . . .), sat nav, phone control and anything else that I can think of. I'll do a write-up of the Nexus install with pics as I do it. My biggest issue so far is getting hold of a workshop/maintenance manual and wiring diagrams. I've spent a couple of hours searching here and on the internet that resulted only in my getting increasingly frustrated at finding nothing other than a US manual that may or may not apply. Added: Once I've done all that I'm tempted to do what I'm doing for my RX8, an aerodynamic assessment with wool tufts and pressure gauges then experiment with a few things to reduce the drag coefficient (quoted at 0.33; the RX8 is 0-30).