I do receive mostly positive attention in my GT S, and not just the guys (like when I owned two previous GT-R's). One recent example was after dropping my son off to school last week and as I was accompanying him to the building, my son noticed a man and a boy were looking at the car. A father and a son had gotten out of their vehicles and were checking out my vehicle big time. But there is still a fair amount of people who barely conceal their contempt at seeing me in the Maserati. And those are men and women alike. The men in this category tend to be pickup truck owners or someone in a beater. The women are in all forms of grocery getters and typically middle-aged. Who knows, maybe to these people they think a Maserati is an Italian exotic car (well, it is), and so expensive the owner must be a dirt bag. At those times, I wish I could telepathically let those people know, hey, I joined the military right out of high school, and served for 20 years, so give me a break.