This is my cars:
1: is my Alfa Romeo 156 SP30 6speed manual V6 1998 , quite funny to drive "awsome sound" but not to funny with the FWD
but it's my winter car.
Respect for the awesome collection of serious motors, I wish I can afford something similar one day.
Your comment about the Alfa not being fun caught my eye though.
I'm a Saab man my self and I find well set up FF chassis extremely fun and enjoyable to drive.
I can't comment on how well the 156 fairs since I've never driven one but I'm certain that the company that brought us the 75 is more than capable of making a good FF setup.
I haven't owned a RWD car during my adult life but when I was a kid I used to do karting and my dad used to install the more ran down tires when we went practicing. Eventually I managed to wear them down enough that I could powerslide through every single corner of our local karting track. Anyway, the way that 85cc rwd one-ratio two-stroke four-wheeled tubeframe sleigh handled is what I use as a benchmark for all cars and their handling.
I do miss the sideways business every now and then but trust me, accurate, sharp and just little bit over-steering FF car is an extremely enjoyable experience on a twisty bit of road.
I strongly suggest you try it.
I personally aim to master all forms of drive, although since I've been driving Saabs and other FF-cars for nearly a decade now and only tasted RWD and AWD/4WD cars occasionally I will most certainly remain a "FF-specialist".
Each type of drive requires it's own way of control and when you push them to the limit a bit different types of tricks to keep them just on the edge of grip.
Not sure what my next daily driver will be but I've decided it's gonna be RWD. It's time for a little change. Oddly enough, winter is just season I find RWD more fun than FF.