As is the case with most roadsters, trunk space in the Pontiac Solstice is extremely limited. With the top in the raised position, you can arrange medium-sized soft luggage around the fuel tank bulge in the middle of the trunk. With the top down, forget the bags, because your best chance of storing clothes for a short weekend getaway would be to stuff them around the sides of the folded top. There simply is not enough room for a weekend’s worth of clothing, let alone a golf bag. There’s also a high liftover to deal with since the decklid lifts opposite of a typical trunk lid, clamshell style. Plus, it forces loading from the sides of the car, rather than the rear. This is a serious issue that needs correcting, because otherwise the Solstice is perfect for a nice weekend getaway of top-down cruising. Closing the lid is also a challenge. Slamming it down is the easiest way to get it shut, and prevents palm-sized dents on the headrest fairings. Unfortunately, most people feel a good push on the decklid fairings is the proper way to get the lid closed, and the folly of this method was evident on our test car. Paintless dent removal guys will love the Solstice.