Question for the forum...I live in the midwest and would like to purchase a hard-top convertible that collapses down into the trunk of the vehicle (Like the Lexus). Unfortunately the only ones I can find in the moderate price range of 50K are offered as a rear wheel drive. I have found the Audi A5 in AWD, but it only comes in a soft top.Wouldn't it make sense to offer a hard-top with an AWD so it would appeal to markets with colder weather? It seems like they have it backwards. I think the car manufacturers are missing the boat on this one. It seems commons sense to me. Being a woman I don't want a rear wheel drive in the Midwest for obvious reasons but WANT a hard top because I DO live in the Midwest. One last thing...Chrysler offers one, but I would prefer to have something that is more reliable.