A re-issue of the 93-96 Fleetwood would be perfect. With its massive chrome, bench seat and fingertip steering, its more of a retro machine than the Chrysler 300, which is everywhere in my home state of NY. The fleetwood gets good mileage (compared to the SUV's out there). And pardon if I offend: I love Lincolns, but the '98-05 Town Car is the ugliest car ever made by that division. by contrast, the 2000-style Deville looks good. (I cringed when they discontined the fins in 99) A strong competitor with a V8, rwd and some classic tailfin styling and floating ride would take on the 300 and establish a whole new market. BMW and Audi people wouldn't look at a Cadillac in a million years, even if it was twice as good and half the price. I looked at that new STS and the seats were about as comfortable as upholstered cinderblocks, What gives? I like the RWD, but that is not Cadillac comfort. I would like to see a Cadillac for Cadillac lovers again.