RJ; Here is something to consider, but this advice is really dependent on your desires / needs. You need to think about the fact that winter is coming on. Will you use your new corvette year round? Will it be a daily driver? If your answer is yes to either question then you can just as you say, "continue to pursue a 2015". If on the other hand you will not be using your car much this winter, maybe waiting out on that dealer for a better deal will work out for you. If that does not work out to your satisfaction then order a 2015. If your not going to drive the 2015 during the winter that gives you more time to strike a bargain on the 2014 and wait out winter by ordering the 2015 so that is delivered next spring. Again, I don't know your circumstances, so maybe what I have suggested will not work for you. Just food for thought.