When I first drove the modern iteration of the Boxster, it was a 2014 PDK S model. Instant smitten. My retirement date was getting close, and I had long ago promised myself a "convertible" with a manual transmission as a "retirement gift" to myself. (I always loved Porsche cars since the day I drove my first one....a 911 in 1968) But was owning a Porsche really on my radar? I didn't realize at that moment that it was. Out of curiosity, I went to several dealers and was able to drive both base model and S model with a manual transmission. Loved them both. The look was right, the feel was right, and I had a big smile on my face and had to have one. I was one of the early orders for the 2015 Boxster S model, with all the goodies that I wanted. What a great car this was going to be for my wife and I to take trips in and have fun in. However, just after ordering the car, Porsche introduced the GTS. What have I done? Will my car be "outdated" by an improved model? Some time of wondering about this past. And after what seemed like a forever wait, my car arrived, and I was happy. Now I look at some of my thought processes that took place after the introduction of the new GTS model. The GTS is lower....wow, my car is already very low. The GTS is supposed to be faster...my car is already fast. The GTS has a firmer suspension....I like firm suspensions, but my car already rides perfectly for my needs. The GTS has many of the goodies I ordered on my car.....however it has things I don't want or need....and now there is the GT4, wow......this is a race car, capable for street use, how intoxicating. (I raced cars years ago....drag racing and some SCCA racing, so I do love fast cars) And I suspect the car magazines and other car "experts" will wax poetically about the GT4 car. Have I made a mistake??....... I think not. The issue I see, is there will always be a faster car (no matter what you own) Always be a car with more "goodies", (no matter what you own), and always be a car that is more expensive, (no matter what you own). Do I begrudge anyone who wants faster, better, etc. of course not. I have been there, done that. Do I look at these new iterations with admiration.....absolutely. Will I race my Porsche, I doubt it. But will I be motivated to want to change what I have now.......right now, I doubt it as my car seems to fit me and my needs very well.... but never say never, as only time will tell. The next models will have 4 cylinder engines; this is the "wave of the future". Nothing wrong with that, probably better gas mileage and the engines are lighter in weight. They will have turbo chargers, again, nothing wrong with that. Turbo technology today is pretty amazing. Will my 6 cylinder naturally aspirated flat 6 become a classic.....in my mind it already is. I have owned many turbo cars, ie: Saab, Audi, Volvo. and they are fine. Turbo power is awesome. (However, not as linear a response as naturally aspirated though, but a rush nevertheless.) What follows the GT4???? My learned and shared philosophy is that Porsche designs and builds great cars (and SUV's) at all levels, as they offer so much for anyone who appreciates cars to enjoy at all levels. Just my 2 cents.