This thread is a continuation of the below listed thread: http://www.motoringalliance.com/forums/autox/11732-scca-stx-2012-r56-class-prep-introduction.html#axzz1n6u7QpEg I finally made the move from STX to D-Street Prepared for many reasons outlined in the above thread. Actually, the advice I got from contributors to that thread helped push me to finally make this move. The DSP class opens up many opportunities for addition modifications to the car. A fully prepped DSP car is considered by most to not be desirable as a daily driver. But, the mods authorized in DSP are, IMHO, more compatible for a car that will see some track time as well as autox. But, there are many more choices to make especially if you want to build a car that will serve as a daily driver, a fairly competitive autox'er and really fun track day car. Obviously, all three will be compromised at some level. Mine will lean more toward a reasonable daily driver for a relatively short daily commute and fun weekend tours and a darn good performer on the autox field. The track day format will be the lowest priority and, therefore, the most compromised. But, it will still be pretty hot on the track...at least for my average driving skills. Again, I'll try to label each new issue under a good title that could be captured by a specific search.