Soarers, they're 'ok' (very common over here) but if I was going the Toyota route I'd probably think mid 90's supra, they're not a bad car, they're also a lot of car, very big on the road.
I've owned a GT4, it was ok, then some filthy animals stole it, loaded it on the back of a stolen tow-truck and bye bye, after that was a 300ZX TT.
Well, I destroyed that. My fault
Sort of grew up a little at that point and ended up with a succession of Holden Statesmans, which are ok, but basically a big luxo-touring car which is just too big around the town. HSV's for what they are never impressed me, awful lot of 'badge engineering' and bolt on plastic tackiness. As for their engines, they're good, but as sort of the ultimate piss-take to my last statesman I just took it in to a tuning house, few thousand later and it's making more power than a stock HSV for much less money.
It was very funny
I had a Toyota landcruiser in Africa and that was a good old truck, too damn huge, if you want something that'll take a few 7.62mm rounds put through it for extra ventilation and keep running... this is the car for you! It's not the car for me.
GTR, the R33's are coming down in price dramatically, the R32's are probably going to be hard to find without being thrashed to death so I'll avoid them. The GT's I liked, the R34 shape ones where not a bad car, not as nippy as the GTR with the fancy engine but no where to use a GTR as I don't have a CAMS race licence any more.
R34 GTT is defiantly an option, as is the S15, both cars I like a lot.
S2000's, just a little impractical really, much like an MX5. Lots of fun but just too damn small for anything bigger than 2 people and a suitcase at most.
So, probably the S15 I will have a closer look at.