I had a 350Z, and went the opposite way into an STi. Love both cars, totally different road going personalities. RWD > AWD for handling and driver engagement, no doubt. When I was young and in college, that 2 door Z was a chick magnet and loads of fun, but now that I'm boring and practical, the 4 door STi is the rule of the day. What year WRX did you have?
Oh, and the C-Log upgrade was announced today for the 5D4.... yawn. If this site was called videography-on-the.net, I'd be more excited...
C-Log or not, my pos computer doesn't stand a chance of editing any video from the MKIV. Currently running a 2012 Dell (don't laugh it's what i could afford at the time!), with a horrible radion video card. So even copying my MKIV files to the samsung 830 and playing them through quicktime I still have dropped frames! So I'm in the process of building a new machine, expensive way to do it, but I'm sick of manufacturers like dell/hp/others that can give you some components but not others, and you get their crap motherboard...curious if other have the same problems with the 4k files?
As far as cars go, I do miss the bottom end TQ of the wrx, but it was an '07 with too tall of a final drive and the worst rear diff one can imagine. I didn't realize it til several modifications/thousands later that there just is no substitute: get the STI or don't even bother...but I never listened and paid with a blown 3rd gear after running a blouch 20g for about 2 years. It was FUN while it lasted. I would say that because of the longer gearing of that car, the 370z would beat it up til around 80mph, then the tq of the turbo would put the wrx ahead. However the problem is that in Oregon (since everyone has decided to move here, why I don't know, it's not that great, and everywhere within 2 hours of Portland is overcrowded now) you can rarely go faster than 50mph on a good day.
The Z gives me a ton more confidence in braking and corner entry unlike the liftoff oversteer or slow plow of the wrx, but it's a car that must have good tires on it at all times, there's no "all season" crap tire option...then you end up in the ditch! Saving thousands and can buy new camera crap instead of going to Cobb Tuning in denial that I just bought the wrong car and somehow they can make it better.
Oh and here's a photo: