Yep, I just purchased a 2003 Spyder GTS on March 22, 2002. This had been on the lot for only 5 days. The styling is beautiful and turns heads wherever I go. The 6-disc, 210 watt in-dash CD has a great sound. The car came with virtually every option and priced out in excess of $30,000. The 17" wheels give it a great look. The top moves up and down very nicely. The boot is a bit cheap, but looks better than having nothing. Performance is adequate and steering response is very good. I find the drivers seat very comfortable with good headroom.
At least to my eyes, the eclipse spider is one of the best looking cars on the road. The powerful engine, tight transmission, and well-tuned suspension also make it amazingly fun to drive. But this car really comes into its own when you hit the button to automatically retract the top- one test drive with the top down and I was sold. This convertible top is very well designed and allows far more headroom in the rear than does the hardtop eclipse (although legroom in the back is still non-existent unless you push the front seats ALL the way forward). If pure performance was the only goal, I would have gone with the Suburu WRX. But it wasn't and I didn't.
I just recently purchased this car. It is fun to drive. It also is colored a Pearl White. The interior is clean. and the exterior has only one small nick on the bottom of the front. Every thing works in it. It has power locks power windows. It also has a keyless entry. The interior is brown cloth. The car only has 35,000 miles on it. The topper is beige. The driving experience has been so fun. It rides really smoothly and the gas pedal is very sensitive. That means you will be bugging down the road and not realize it. The gas mileage for this car is about 25 mpg. The battery has just started to leak, I think the wires were it charging too much. It holds one CD at a time and has a radio.