I apologize in advance for the long winded post! I have been lurking these boards for a while and have read many threads on this topic. Hi, I'm new here and live in Illinois. I have been a car nut since I could crawl and used to fall asleep with my Hot Wheels at my side. My dad owns a 1966 Ford Fairlane GT and used to own a 1965 Mercury Comet Cyclone. I have owned a few non muscle cars, Porsche 944, Pontiac Fiero GT, Dodge Stealth R/T Turbo. I currently own a 1995 Pontiac Grand Prix coupe for daily driving, which I absolutely hate and a 2002 Mustang GT with only 15K on it for nice weather. I am very bored with the Mustang since I bought it on impulse, a guy's wife at work was getting rid of it, and I couldn't pass it up since it was a steal and basically new as it only had 5K on it when I got it back in 2009. Anyways, I am now in the financial position to be able to buy a new or newer car. My wife just bought a 2011 Grand Cherokee Limited 4x4 Hemi, and we absolutely love it. She says it is time for me to get rid of my two older cars and get one new car. I am looking at the Mustang GT, Camaro SS, and Challenger SRT-8 or R/T Classic. My wife said the next car I get I will be keeping for a long time, and it will be a daily driver. I can't stand having a winter beater, which I hate driving for five months out of the year. Life's too short for that especially in my line of work. Luckily, my commute is only about 20 miles per day round trip, so fuel economy is not really a huge concern. With that said, I am leaning more and more towards a used SRT-8 with automatic since my wife could drive it occasionally (she is not proficient with a stick) and it has a functional back seat should we ever have children. This is, of course, pending a test drive. I have only driven a 2008 Bullitt Mustang and a 2010 GT so far, which were very similar. I have yet to drive a Challenger or Camaro. I have sat in all three and felt that the Camaro was very hard to see out of for someone of my stature (5'4" 140 lbs). The Challenger was the most comfortable and felt the most solid, and the Mustang felt just right in terms of size and visibility. I don't much care which car is faster in a straight line or around a curve as I don't drive my personal cars to the limit ever. I like all three cars for different reasons but think the Challenger is the best styled and will be the least common, which I like. I guess I am asking for those who know, does the Challenger SRT-8 make sense as a daily driver over the other two, or should it be used a weekend warrior only? Your feedback will help me out greatly as I begin my search when the snow starts melting around here.