I'm not sure about the carpet on the doors, but I like everything else about the car. I hope these depreciate as rapidly as Boxsters do, so I can pick one up in 5-6 years... should be smack dab in the middle of a mid-life crisis by then.
Flashiest, quickest, most capable, roomiest, loudest, most comfortable, or wildest don't define the role the Cayman S plays in Porsche's line-up, but it does at least hold one title: It's the one P-car I'd want to live with day in and day out. Hell, the Cayman S not only isn't quick by Porsche standards, it isn't quick by universal performance-car measurements. Every AMG Mercedes this side of the nonsensical G55 will hit 60 mph in less time than the Cayman. If that bothers you, you're missing the point.