Ah ha! Touche, good sir. I knew this and should be ashamed of myself for ignoring this fact since the M2-1001 is my favorite Roadster of all time. However, when I think of the perfect Miata wheel with the largest cult following I think of RS Watanabe. I do agree that there is nothing exceptional about the cast aluminum ones from a functional standpoint (which must be why I see so many of them for sale on eBay.co.uk) but they always just seem to look perfect to my eyes. There are subtle differences among all the popular 8-spoke wheels based on the original Minilite designs and I can usually identify them from a distance (when not in motion) without the need to look at their logos or other identifying marks. Locosts always start out with the idea that they'll be cheap to build but almost all owners invariably end up splurging on something fancy. Wheels and seats seem to be common items that Locost owners go over budget on.roadsternut said:On the Roadster, I suppose if you were wanting to be "authentic", it would have to be 15" Panasports; these were the only ones fitted by Mazda and M2 Corp.