OK, I am, as one youngster said on this forum, an old fogey. I grew up in the CHEVY SS ERA (62-75). It seems Chevy is starting to put SS badges on a lot of their new cars. It seems a lot of people are upset about this. WHY??? SS meant Super Sport. In other words the ZOOM ZOOM car of the rather mundane family car it was based on. The old SS designation was from another era. That era was special but it's never comming back. The days of 283,327,396,409,427 V8's are like the horse, gone forever. This is not 1965 it's 2005. What does Super Sport mean now? It means a Chevy Cobalt Supercharged SS that could give any of those 60's SS machines a run for their money in a straight line but it would also bury those 60's monsters on the track. Times change so enjoy the time. Believe me those 60's monsters could go like hell in a straight line but don't even try to take a high speed turn in one and just hope the brakes stopped you in time. There is nothing wrong with the SS cars of today. The power is there, the braking is there, the handling is there. OK, the RWD is not there but it could be if they wanted it too.