I am curious about Audi Lehi's thoughts on this. I went in there today as I am considering buying a car in the near future. Testing all of my options in the high end luxury class of vehicles. In this search, so far, I have test driven Maseratis and Range Rovers to name a few. Today, I decided to look at Porsche and Audi, starting at your Audi dealership. I was very up front with your salesperson, Joel, telling him that it would be a little while before I was ready to purchase, but that I wanted to look at and test drive the S6 (bright blue) and the A7 or something similar. We started talking about the options and how it stacked up against the competition. After talking about 5-10 minutes, I asked if we could take one for a spin. Imagine my surprise, when Joel told me that he was commissioned sales and didn't have time to take me for a test drive on a Saturday, if I wasn't ready to buy that day. My girlfriend and I were flabbergasted and disappointed that this is how Ken Garff has trained their employees to treat prospective buyers who are potentially looking to spend over between $50,000 and $100,000 on a vehicle. I have worked commissioned sales in the past, and people got the same customer service, regardless of if they were about to purchase or not. I understand employees on commission need to focus on trying to find the right customers. However, because of the treatment we received, the exact opposite has now happened, and I will tell my friends who are considering Audi or Porsche to search elsewhere.