The quickest model on the Rolls menu impresses with its effortless speed and amazing grace. My favorite affectation is the power reserve meter, in spite of the backwards sweep of its needle. The handy head-up display is a comforting modern break from staunch traditionalism. The semi-fixed hub caps are entertaining. That said, there are irritations. Swinging a door feels like opening a bank vault. The entry step over the sill is nearly a foot wide. And I'd prefer not to hear a BMW chime or to have to pull the door handle twice to exit my $305,750 chariot of the gods.