Ironic, very little was known about the first Camaro Z/28, and it was priced very economically. From everything I read from former dealers and their former floor sales guys when asked what got you the most bang fro your buck, The Z/28 was far and away the easy choice.
The new Z has a ton of fan fare and while I am glad it is true to its roots performance wise, it seems like marketing has as much to do with the car as handling. Would have been nice to shave the weight and then price it just under the 3 SS. Maybe you could have added in the carbon fiber brakes, light weight back window, and a few other items as add ons, kinda like the JL8 or M22 were add ons back in the day. That would put the car into more enthusiasts hands and then if the buyers wanted to dive into their retirement funds for the extras that would have been up to them. The way it is now, it seems pretty far out of everyones reach, and it would surprise me when you get that high into the price range someone wouldn't start looking at the Z06, or gran sport Corvette. Thats the way I see it.