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As a fan of the NSX and Hondas in general (I own a Civic), I'd just like to add that what could have been a balanced, enthusiastic short-term review of the NSX took a wrong turn down the road of "manufacturer bigotry" by implying that the engineers at Ferrari are less capable than those at Honda when it comes to making high performance cars. For example, the V8 in the F355 has the highest displacement-to-power ratio of any normally aspirated engine available in the US: around 105 hp per liter---hardly what I'd call sub-standard engineering.
There are many reasons to love the NSX, and many areas in which it is truly best-in-class, but there are plenty of completely rational, engineering- based reasons to to pay 2x the price for a F355 or 550 Marenello. These are not the tempermental, driver-be-damned Ferraris of years past. Take a day out and go for a test drive :-)
Actually, the "contributed by" line (misleadingly) applies to the text *above* it. Anyway, I'll amend my statement to "...had the highest horsepower to displacement ratio at the time of its introduction, several years before the Integra Type-R." At any rate, the point was that Ferraris hardly "ignore engineering" as has been suggested on this site.
Also note that the Ferrari web site lists the F355 as having "109 bhp/litre."