So where do you stand on Jaguar producing six new lightweight E-types?
Is it a good idea and a worthy celebration of one of the finest sports cars ever produced? Or an unnecessary plundering of history from a company that should now be looking solely to the future as it's been burdened by its past?
I must admit that I have been edging to the latter point of view ever since the idea was announced, and even the images of the car released last week didn't sway me much.
But I am being slightly converted – not just because I've now had a chance to see the car in the metal at its Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance reveal. Largely because the craftsmanship of the car itself is exquisite – as it should be for the rumoured £1 million price tag – but even so, the attention to detail is breathtaking.