Sorry, I fell asleep.....
I'm not saying the Gallardo is no good or that the 911 is a better car in every respect. All I said was that the Porsche is very responsive in top gear compared to other cars I've owned including the M5 and the Gallardo. The Lambo has nothing in top at 100km/h - it is dead at that speed and needs 2 or more downshifts to overtake while the Carrera pulls hard at that speed in sixth. The Lambo is quicker at high revs and is higher geared and has more power if you wring its neck. Remember that I've done a lot of open road miles in Gallardos so if you haven't driven either, you'll just have to believe me.
I didn't trade my Gallardo for a Carrera S remember. I got sick of the Lambo, sold it and then went looking for something new. Looking back on the Gallardo, I didn't enjoy the total ownership experience as much as I'm enjoying the Porsche experience. The Gallardo was unreliable and felt more like a bitser than the Porsche (or M5). The Porsche feels incredibly honed and developed so the Lambo is probably a better bet if you want that raw, loud experience. But the Gallardo is no Ferrari for driving feel.
I'll say it again - I loved the Lambo for hard driving at high speed but that sort of driving experience is getting harder to find due to heavier policing of the roads we drive. I'd have another Lambo if they make a better car though. I'm not into one brand at the exclusion of others - I don't get that one-eyed thing at all. I like the theatre of the Lambo although the Murci does this best of all.
Re Aemel's question on the 911 Turbo - I would have been happy with one of those but only automatics were in stock (or on a boat). Most Turbos are sold as autos - not my cup of tea. I've always liked the 'no spoiler' look of the Carrera too and read it steered better than the AWD Turbo. As I disliked the Lambos dead steering which other have attributed to the AWD, I was keener on the 2WD. I would probably have bought a GT3 but they have stopped making them so the dealer couldn't supply - and anyway the practicality of the Carrera has turned out to have its advantages.
Finally, I'm not one of those people who convince themselves that whatever they have bought is the best car going. I've complained about things I don't like about the M5 since I got it.