Agreed. Numbnut's post is very informative. In a similar style, my mods are: Milltek resonated cat back exhaust -Nice bit of kit, not too loud and in your face but you know it's there. Nice burble with gentle driving and a few cheeky pops from the exhaust when it's hot. Sounds great at high revs. K&N panel filter -Does what it says on the tin, performance wise nothing really added but it's an almost fit and forget item. Only really needs cleaning once every 40-50k or so. Powerflex lower engine mount insert and torque arm bush -If you can put up with the extra vibrations, which aren't really that bad once they settle in, the difference these two little bushes made on my car were well worthwhile. It just feels a bit more direct and connected if that makes sense. Before they were fitted you could feel the engine rocking back and forth on/off throttle on it's engine mounts. Osram nightbreaker bubs -The standard bulbs were that poor I actually thought they weren't working when I first drove the car at night! Quickly changed them over for some of these and the difference was night and day! LED interior and number plate bulbs -Changed all the interior and number plate bulbs to LED. Nice mod that makes the car look a bit more modern. Sony Head unit Mine had the cabasse auditorium system in which is meant to be an upgrade from the factory but frankly, it's crap. Changed to a Sony Head unit and it's improved the sound no end, plus the ability to plug in a USB or load a CD with MP3s is a must these days for most people. CDs are so 1990! The to do list mods for me are going to be a speaker upgrade of some sort and then a custom remap to help smooth out the flat spot and give it a bit of a lift across the revs.