A Ferrari shouldn't be more difficult to work on than any other car. It'* not in Ferrari'* rational self-interest to make a mechanically difficult vehicle. If you look at some of the engine bays, you should notice that pretty much everything looks familiar. It should be just like going to work on any other brand you haven't yet touched. But more awesome.
If I had the money to buy a Ferrari, I'd make absolutely sure I would also have the money for upgrades like a turbocharger, boring and stroking the engine, even stronger internals, a better transmission, thicker axles, and the ability to tune. No way I'm going to pay up to $250K for an F430, for example, and then pretend I can live with a measly 4.3L V8 putting out only 483 HP. No, it'* mod time!
And thanks for the nice garage pictures!