I think it's going to be real tough to deal now compared to last year. Porsche is keeping production quantity really tight to the point that there is a no inventory to create a false sense of demand. The problem is when the economy crashed Porsche had a ton of inventory forcing major discounts. This will no longer be the case going forward... as they are building only what's ordered with little dealer lot inventory (if any).I am thinking about a new 2010 or 2011 Cayman S. Just wondering what kind of deals are being made. I bought my 2007 Cayman S for about 11% under MSRP. It was about $1000 over invoice. The sales guy was offering $500 over invoice on some models. I plan on ordering the car. I appreciate any feedback.