Like Phil, I prefer the TTS coupe to the roadster. I love convertibles, don't get me wrong, but I have a soft spot for the styling of coupes like the TT, the Porsche Cayman, and the Pontiac Solstice. (And, of course, the vintage MGB/GT, which I own.) Other people apparently do, too. No one seemed to notice when I drove the white TTS roadster a couple weeks ago, but this red coupe turned many heads. In fact, it really excited a dude driving a few-year-old, spoiler-delete, black-rimmed Subaru Impreza WRX; as I approached him on the highway, he stuck his arm out the window (on a 25-degree morning, no less) to give me a thumbs-up, and when I passed him, he gave me another approving thumb and grinned widely.
I also love the impressive amount of luggage space (quasi rear seats included) that the TT coupe offers. It'd be a fantastic cross-country tourer for two people, although, most of the time, you'd definitely want to avoid the sport suspension setting, which is dramatically stiffer than the normal mode.
Rusty Blackwell, Copy Editor