So, here goes. I've decided against the better advice of my wallet to dive into more track preparation of my car. It will still remain a daily (or at least a couple times a week) driver so the present goals of this build are to preserve the current driving characteristics of the vehicle as much as possible on the road: maintain reasonable NVH, stock powertrain for drivability and warranty concerns, and use as many parts in a non-permanent way to be able to swap between modes as much as feasible. It's a fine line to walk to be sure, but this build is not for wheel-to-wheel purposes (yet). I'll be running Time Attack with my local NASA region and Time Trial as well once I obtain a license. Once the machine has depreciated significant enough point, ST-class racing may be in the cards. Experience-wise, I started with doing some light auto-crossing in 2006 and a few track events in the subsequent years, but really hit the track heavy when I moved up to NorCal in 2010. I frequented with Trackmasters and NASA and eventually did some coaching as well with Hooked On Driving and SpeedSF. During my time in NorCal, I completed over 20 races in 24 Hours of LeMons with my BMW E30 team and did arrive & drives with another 5 or 6 teams. In 2015, I returned back to Arizona and have driven as many events as I could squeeze in with NASA and ProAutoSports. Now presently, my car is a '17 GT350 w/ Convenience package and 6400 miles on the clock. I've run it roughly 10.5 hours at my local Wild Horse Pass track, Chuckwalla, Sonoma and Thunderhill. It runs well, doesn't burn any oil and will soon be getting the oil line recall done prior to the next event at Arizona Motorsports Park in April. Currently, the car has the following mods: UPR Oil Catch Can System APR Front Splitter Steeda Clutch Assist Spring Steeda Ultralite G-trac Brace Maximum Motorsports Camber Plates Ford Performance Tie Downs ZL1 Addons Front Tow Hook Custom Full Suede Steering Wheel Redline Racing Hood Struts Exhaust Resonator Delete And that's it besides the front being coated with SunTek PPF which has paid for itself already in chip absorption. Just a few things currently on-deck for install: Sparco ProADV Seat w/ sliders Rear Trunk Lid (for mounting a wing on and fitting with the easily replaceable goal) Forgestar CF5V 19x11 ET50 Wheels (on-order) 3" ARP Wheel Studs and Lugs 25mm Spacers for the fronts And the current plan is to order and install the following: Watson Racing Roll Bar Harnesses Rear Seat Delete Hoosier R7s on the track wheels (probably 295/35/19) G-stream or APR Rear Wing Ford Performance Rear Tow Hook And then we'll take it from there. I hope to have everything done in time for NASA COTA on Memorial Day, which is just over 2 months away from now. If I see some positive reviews of that aftermarket Magneride calibration, I'd consider throwing that on the pile too. I'll be looking out for good bang for the buck handling modifications as well, but damn it, I hate working with suspension components. Godspeed to the good ship Grabber Blue.