Yup. Just start figuring out the little details. Preferred alignment, tire pressures, favorite aspects in a tire, etc... The good news is the only way to do those is to spend some quality time behind the wheel.
Enjoy your car, man. I bet it's a hoot.
No problem. This is why I started this thread. Just glad that it is finally getting some traffic.
There is no reason why you can't have a car that looks great, pulls 1+g on streets, and hits 0-60 in 3.6. All this while tackling terrible weather.