THIS PAGE HAS SOME IDEAS I'VE INCORPORATED THAT MIGHT BE USEFUL TO YOU AND SOME OF MY FAVORITE MODS...TRICK-FAV MOD ONE:Let's get the obvious out of the way right now, the SuperCharger. Who wouldn't put this on their favorites list? (More pics of it on page 2)TRICK-FAV MOD TWO:This is called an Interior Cover made by CoverCraft. They're known for car covers but also make this item. It comes in handy when I have the Speedster cover on. I can cover the whole interior protecting it from the sun and dust and not worry about taking the speedster cover off and storing it anywhere.Here's how I take it off. I start at the windshield and fold it in half until it's about a foot wide (about 3 folds), then lift the trunk and role it up. I have a storage bag for it and it fits tightly next to my subs on either side. I've always got it with me. TRICK-FAV MOD THREE:For easy storage of the stock convertible top cover and the Speedster cover, I put a couple of hooks in the garage wall so I could hang them up when not in use. A pretty simple idea that I'm sure many of you have already done. The speedster hangs over the stock cover. TRICK-FAV MOD FOUR:These Hood Lifters are a bear to install, but worth they're weight in gold. I didn't want to try and install the blower working around the stock hood rod so I bought these. I unhook the latch and lift the hood about 6 inches and they do the rest. This is a great mod for accessing your engine & showing it off at car shows! TRICK-FAV MOD FIVE:I've got Tokico 5-way adjustable shocks and struts and didn't want to have to get in the trunk and move the subs and anything else I might have in there, (golf clubs etc), to access the shocks for adjustment so I had my Mother-in-law sew these zippers in the vinyl top guard. This is the piece that catches the top when you put it down. It pops out pretty easy. Granted, I have to have the top up to adjust the shocks, but it's a whole lot easier than negotiating thru the trunk. (I haven't seen anyone else with this, yet).TRICK-FAV MOD SIX:Most of you are familiar with wiring your fog lights so they're independent of the headlights. There's a number of ways to do it, but I like wiring them to the interior lights the best. This way when you dim the interior lights, the fog lights dim as well, it's kind of different. The pic on the left also shows you the difference in the EuroDezign bulb (left) and the stock one (right). You can see from the pic on the right that the EuroDesign fog bulbs match my headlights alot better than the stock ones.