Dammit DanM! Beat me to it!
Seriously, Spoo. Nice work. My "Ferrrari" is to pay back my student and mortgage loans (starting with my parents, who made both possible in so many tangible and intangible ways). I doubt I will ever be capable of the kinds of volumes or numbers you achieve. But as impressive as those numbers and volumers are, more impressive is how generous you've remained -- you didn't let the goal consume your perspective, you hooked guys up along the way, and you've been equally generous with advice and knowledge. Good for you; you deserve it. (And you can tell Mrs Spoo I said that. If she can hear you over the roar of the engine). .
I suppose now would be a good time to tell some of my story - my wife and I both ended up without jobs a week before our daughter was born in 2008. The only job I could find (that paid a salary close to what we needed to make ends meet) required us to move to another city, paying both rent and a mortgage payments on the house we left behind for 3 years. After finally selling the old house, I started thrifting with the goal of dressing better for work, and hopefully climbing the corporate ladder. While being successful in that endeavor, I also discovered this forum and in the span of one summer of flipping, managed to save enough for a down payment on a new house (before you guys start thinking Cincy is amazing hunting grounds, we paid 3.5% down on a 75k house). So, thanks guys, for providing both inspiration and the knowledge to help reach some of my own goals.