I've owned two Z's and both of them had very heavy clutches. I understand that a powerful car needs a "bigger" clutch but does that always mean hard to use. From what I understand (and please correct me if I'm wrong) is that to handle the extra power the clutch plates need to be pressed more tightly together, and the this achieved by way of increasing the pressure with the pressure plate. So back to my question. If I have a Z that has 200-300rwkw does it have to have a clutch that leaves you with a gigantic thigh muscle? Now this is important to me as my wife said if I'm to have another Z it has to be an automatic as she just couldn't drive the others due to this clutch. So can I get a Z with some good power that has a clutch that is pleasant to use, or is this technology only available to new cars??