Jimmy - I had trouble w/ the link in Internet Explorer, but not Chrome. Try that.
Jim, I think it is a cool idea, but there is one aspect that is a little (searching for the right word . . .) dissonant for me. I always hold you out as the model of a collector who has it right - looking for/obtaining the the right car that speaks to you, and then loving it/driving it - any talk of "value" is a distant consideration, especially since you are not selling. I have little or no empathy/connection w/ people who buy Ferraris of any year as investments - to me, they are wholly missing the point. It will be a little weird hearing you talk about cars as investments, despite your day job!
I also come at this as one who bought/restored a 60s 2+2 when it made no economic sense at all; there are many of us who have been on Tom Yang's site for years that restore these cars because we love them and acknowledge their important part in Ferrari history. As I see it, the best aspect of the current market cycle is that the rate of cannibalism - chopping up GTEs and 330GTs to make fakes - will slow/stop.
Rant over, and I will be interested to see the show!