Back in the 60s GM made me an offer to become a designer for them after I graduated in industrial design. We had an awesome group of talented designers in my graduating class. You may know of my classmates, Tom Gale, who became one of the best automotive designers in the world. I chose to buy my Pantera because the first owner, also a designer, had solved some of the week aspects of the the stock Pantera. In the final analysis it boils down to your own design sense when it comes to pleasing forms. An absolutely original Pantera brings big dollars but looks a bit weak, not as masculine as it really is . Many of you have improved your car's appearance immensely without ruining them by adding your own personality, and that is the fun of owning one. They aren't sacred cows like Ferraris. I enjoyed your responses, all well meaning comments and important to consider. My splitter design is a work in progress and will see many iterations before either becoming real or getting dropped entirely. In the meantime I enjoy the tinkering. If it remains, it has to be adjustable so I can get out of my steep driveway which ends with a tight angle at the street.