First of all, I have nothing against the Sky. My question is at a time when GM is cutting back on divisions and vehicle overlap, why would they have their Saturn division build the Sky? Isn't it like Chevy and Pontiac competing against each other like they used to do with the Camero and the Firebird? Wouldn't it have been a better move to have the Sky built by Pontiac and since it is the stepped up version of the Solstice, market it as the Solstice GT or something similar? I still have a hard time understanding GM on this one. I used to own a Firebird at a time when you could buy the basic bird or the Trans AM. Both Firebirds had their own niche but never really competed directly against each other. One was just the tricked out version of the other. Isn't the Sky just the tricked out version of the Solstice? If any of you can shed some light on this I would really appreciate it. It just seems like a poor marketing decision at a time when too many poor decisions could spell disaster.