Hello all. I just joined. Earlier in the year I was debating between a Prius and a 2006 Honda Civic Hybrid. The 06 HCH actually had a good lead, but after finding out what improvements the 06 Prius would bring, an overnight test drive in an 05 Prius, and the plethora of information and help available about the Prius online, I have since changed to be on the cusp of buying a Prius. I am in the Atlanta area and have talked to several dealers, as well as a few in the Tennnessee Valley area (my hometown). I automatically dismissed any charging any "Market adjustment fee". I have read earlier posts, but it seems that few in the Atlanta area are now charging over MSRP. I have only had a couple, which I laughingly dismissed. Sandy Springs Toyota has been very helpful. Ceteris paribus, I would buy from Sandy Springs Toyota. Team Toyota out west has been very quick in their response and right now have the best quote on the table (Sandy Springs has yet to offer a quote). One of the main things I'm looking for is not to have the ToyoGuard and Floormats. World Toyota on Peachtree Industrial has been very aggressive. I've actually argued with them a couple of times about Hondas. You can't sell me your car by telling me how bad the others are. What have other experiences been with Sandy Springs Toyota and Team Toyota? Also, will I be more likely to find prices under MSRP if I check, say, Charlotte NC? I know the 06 just came out so info on these might be scarce. If anyone is looking to purchase a Honda, I highly recommend Mike Patton Auto. They were genuinely interested in helping me. Also, for all of you Georgia residents, there is a proposed state income tax credit in the State House of Representatives right now. It would give a 20% state income tax credit (up to $5000) on the cost of the vehicle. As the bill is right now, it would be valid for hybrids purchased anytime from Jan 1, 2005. That's right, 2005. It also is able to be carried forward 5 years. So, what with the federal credit and the potential state credit, that brings the MSRP after-tax price of my package #4 Prius to a little under $17,000. Sweet, no?