Whenever someone does a review of his or her own personal vehicle, take it with a grain of salt. It’s a little too easy to use the analysis as a platform to justify ones own personal tastes, making the official announcement, surreptitiously at least, that you indeed made the correct choice with that purchase. Conversely, it’s a lot harder to admit when you’re wrong. Now, we’re not saying Chris Harris is hiding anything in his review of the Ferrari FF. We’re just pointing out that viewers should judiciously divide objectivity from subjectivity.