The July issue was great. I loved the articles on the new Z4 roadster, the New York Auto Show coverage, and the resumption of the BMW focus in the regular columns. I got the August issue and guess what? The filter on BMW-bashing was off again, including a guy from one letter who bought a Porsche. A Porsche? If he was shopping for a Porsche that tells me he was in the wrong showroom to begin with! Porsche has one iconic product - the 911. Nearly everything else is basically a knockoff of the 911. How much can you milk out of one product? Walk into a Porsche showroom and you will be surprised. Porsche has exactly two products with more than two doors - the Cayenne and the Panamera. The Cayenne is a 2.5 ton SUV trying to be a sports car. The Caiman, the Boxster, and the lone, non-truck 4-door offering is the Panamera, which like the Boxster and the Caiman, predictably continues to milk the 911 for all its worth. I don't look at Mr. Porsche owner's change of heart as a criticism against BMW despite the way he worded the letter. It just tells me he had no clue what he wanted in the first place. Back in the 1980s' Porsche had three primary product lines and all were pretty distinguishable from one another - the 911, the 928, and the 944. Only the 911 remains. Today's Porsche is like a young comedian who tells one successful joke and tries to make a stand-up career out of it. Anyway, I digress. Let me get back in my lane here. My biggest question to BMWCCA is why are these anti-BMW letters published? The horse has already left the barn. What does this accomplish aside from planting seeds of doubt in the minds of the remaining BMW loyalists like myself? Is there a shortage of positive letters about BMW experiences? What does BMWCCA aim to accomplish by publishing these letters when these people have already decided to leave the fold?