Here is my 2 cent.
I have owned a 458 Speciale from new since 2014 and I sold it in 2021, along with my 2006 Ford GT, to trade in for my Senna LM. I loved my 458 Speciale, especially in later years because with all of the turbo charged engines that came out, it made the drive in the Speciale extra special. Yes, it doesn't have a lot of power, but it is also one of a few cars where you can enjoy all of the power on the canyons because you could actually floor the throttle and listen to that beautiful NA V8 at 9000rpm. Not a great track car, where I can cook the brakes in 2 laps time, but a fun street car 100%.
Do I miss the NA engine of my ex 458 Speciale? Yes I do, so that's why I am getting a Huracan STO, with that beautiful NA V10 engine. Turbo engines are dime a dozen and you are always chasing after the next greatest thing. Speed is great, but that is only one component of what makes a drive special. No turbo engine can ever reproduce the sound and the immediacy of a great naturally aspirated engine. Do I enjoy the turbo engine in my Senna LM? Of course I do, but I understand the limitations and the downfall of a heavily boosted engine. But I appreciate the Senna LM for its other attributes, the last of the non-hybrid assisted hardcore hypercar. Mclaren won't be able make a car like the Senna anymore going forward with the new regulations.
I had a 488 Pista, I sold that crap in 3 months time. I think most of the Speciale owners sold their Pista as well. The car sounded like a vacuum machine, but so does most of Mclarens (eg. 720, 570). If you look at the history of Mclaren cars, be prepared to take hit on the 765LT on depreciation after a few years. But I think it will fare better than before. The Speciale is the last NA V8 for Ferrari.
Having said that, the 765LT is a great driver's car and you will be blown away with the overall experience and performance. The steering feel on the 765LT coupe is sublime, and I prefer the coupe over the spider in terms of steering, engine noise, and overall calibration. I have driven both extensively, but that's just my take and confirmed by a few fellow journalist friends. Depreciation be damned, it's only money!