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Its been nearly a year of ownership. I enjoy my 2019 Cayman and all that it offers, but find myself wandering into the "should I sell it" mentality. Several years ago on this forum, before I made the purchase, I mentioned that I was a long-time truck guy with no sports car experience. One member saliently noted that his truck friends didn't understand why one would buy a small, uncomfortable car that goes fast. I ignored that since I had been bitten by the Porsche bug. Now, having owned it, I'm starting to feel like "been there done that". I've done that on other purchases too. Furthermore, my wife, in her infinite and indisputable wisdom, told me when I bought the car that she expect it to last about a year before I was ready to move on . Dam*, I hate it when she is so right!. Is there any cure? I know, personal choice and preference. Will someone please talk me out of this nonsense? She's ready for a new SUV (not a Porsche), so selling would make room for that. I don't need the money, but it just seems like a money pit the longer it sits in the garage.