Actually, The NSX can be had for a good price depending on year, plus you rarely find any with an outrageous number of miles. In Houston, it's not uncommon to find a 91'-93' in the $25,000-35,000 range. If I didn't need the extra room, I would easily take a NSX over an M3, just for the sake of owning a great handling exotic...the Acura is definately rarer, and would likely garner more attention (if that's what you want). How's the cost of ownership on the NSX? I guess I could always get one shipped to Vancouver (where its hard finding a good car as they are either overpriced or rebuilt status). I'm not much for attention - I just want a modern classic I can garage and drive on weekends/evenings and use on the odd day for work.