...well I decided to go hunting for the Oct issue of Sport Compact Car. It just so happens that both Barnes & Noble and Books-A-Million are in the same area as my local Acura dealership. So I decide what the hell I'll swing by there and what are hubbub is about the CL Type-S. Well I get there and there is raining heavily, didn't matter to me though I get and look at a white Type-S. A few minutes a later a salesman invites me in and shows me two Type-S CLs (one white the other pimp gold). I tell him that I'm buying an IS3 in about a month, he says it's a "nice little car" but it's not in the same class as the CL (which I agree with), but he could tell that I was looking for 4-doors. Anyways I look at the Type-S, he pops the hood and opens the door, it's ok inside. I love peforated leather, the engine is very clean and tight, he then ask me if the IS3 had a "sport shift." Then he remembers that it did, I then ask him how quick the car is (I already know the answer), he says that it'll do 0-60 in the low 5s. I asked him thrice if he was sure and he said it could achieve such stellar numbers b/c of its "sport shift." I then ask him how quick the TL is and he says low 6s. I'm like "right," he then directs my attention to a Comptech/Jackson supercharged Integra GS-R. He claimed it had 240hp, anyway the good news was that they actually support the Acura aftermarket there and sell and maintain Comptech and JR parts there, I wish my Lexus dealer sold Rod Millen and TRD parts. T o make a long story short after I finished holding in my laughter to be polite I asked for a CL brochure. In the end I had a good laugh courtesy of Acura dealers, but I only found 1 worn copy of SCC. I think highlight of my rainy night was running into a friend I hadn't seen a while.