Rob,I briefly checked for incentives and found none on the Toyota/Honda end. Nissan is definitely more aggressive it appears. But it was not a comprehensive look.I think the Hyundai/Kia models are eating Fusion's lunch in Cali. Their ascendance corresponded with Fusions fall out of the top 5. On the OT: I crawled on board Apple for the first time. I never caught the train on the original pull-out and was leery of buying into the momentum since the market cap was approaching the size of France's GNP. But now that it appears to be putting in a bottom, I decided to ante up. Bought a 1/3rd position a few days ago, added a 1/3rd today and I'm planning on the third 1/3rd going into longer dated in/near-the-money calls. I'm tending toward the Jan 2014s as opposed to anything longer.Are you still long AAPL and have you been looking at options on AAPL?From a value perspective, the stock appears pretty cheap, especially with the buybacks that AAPL has in play. And those Apple nuts love all things Apple, as does the media. It just smells like it's set up for a second run.Peter
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