I traded an '05 RSX-S for my '05 S40 T5 GT. Fortunately, I found I had to have an automatic for surviving the traffic in the ATL, or I might never have been introduced to the wonders of both the S40 and this forum.<p>I just checked out the Club RSX board since the latest issue of Car & Driver sez the RSX is being cut. As it happens, one of the moderators (I knew he was a moderator because his nudie avatar shows more than the others' do) saw fit to delete all posts about the super Civic's imminent demise that did not contain links to Pentagon press releases.<p>So I looked through a few of the topics that hadn't been edited out only to find that I couldn't make heads or tails of any of the banter. Except, of course, for that one recurring word that I thought I understood, but evidently didn't fully. You see, I didn't realize it was not only a verb, but also a noun, an adjective, something to call newbies, and really good enough a word to make up an entire post.<p>This is all to say that you guys have more class in your weird little coat hanger nubs on the passenger's seat (which actually do very well) than those guys have in their entire torque-starved cars. What a bunch of self-aggrandizing wannabes those i-VTEC guys are! They'd just as soon admit to losing that drag to a Neon (SRT-4 or otherwise) than help someone on the board with a question.<p>Any query I've ever put to Swedespeed has been met with a flurry of useful responses. You guys are the best!<p>BTW, the ATL is Atlanta, Georgia. Sorry if this insults anyone's geographic intelligence, but I didn't wanna risk sounding like the rabble with their arcane in-jokes and such. And for those that don't know, RSX is short for Ricey Sounding eXhaust <IMG NAME="icon" SRC="http://www.vwvortex.com/vwbb/tongue.gif" BORDER="0"> .<p>And what about the GTO? Is it <B>G</B>etting <B>T</B>hrown <B>O</B>ut, too? I'm afraid I don't know of any worthwhile GM forums, either.