Well in spite of a head full of apprehensions I decided to clay my S2000. I’ve owned a good number of vehicles over the years, but I’ve resisted the notion of using clay to remove surface irregularities. I changed that point of view recently as a result of someone getting me to do the “plastic bag drag” on the Honda. As a result of that "test" and the fact that I parked under a tree last week and it sprayed the car with fine sap particles I made the move "To Clay". I took two preparation steps that prepared the car and me for the task at hand. The car was washed and I picked two high energy CD’s (Neil Young’s “Weld” & CSNY’s disc two of “4Way Street”) to get me into the work that would be required. So after reading the instructions a couple of times and looking at a couple of “How To” videos I got into it. I had no idea it would be as easy as it turned out to be! The keys were to keep a small work area of the car wet with the detail spray that came with the” Mothers Clay bar Kit” and continually folding the clay in on itself. I did the trunk lid and the two back fenders in one session followed with a coat of wax and removal on each. I took a short break and did the two doors followed by covering them with wax and hand buffing it off. This morning I did the hood and front & back fascia and the front fenders. I broke each area of work into smaller areas and before I moved on to the next area I pulled a thin walled sandwich bag with my hand inserted into it across the work area. When it felt defect free I moved on. I have to warn you that if you do use high energy music to work by you need to watch how fast your clay filled hands move. I found myself while listening to several songs moving with the speed of an electrical tool, which in no way is needed, but I laughed when I noticed it. Long story short, I am amazed with the results. My car is Silverstone Silver and I have found that Silver does not really pop when it clean and polished, but it sure looked good and the finish is incredibly smooth. Not sure you folks will need to “Clay” your new C-7, but if you feel the need to, it is not a bad way to spend 5 or 6 hrs. I would be interested in knowing from those with new cars if they pass the plastic sandwich bag drag?