Cause I'm trying to not hate it but I honestly feel like something's a bit wonky. I know that its always been a monster that'll eat the faint alive but still I was putting in a few thousand miles with it in the months before AMS launched and I came to grips with it. It started to make sense. With AMS now... I'm trying but its not connecting. It comes down to whats happening at the limit of grip and I'm not sure if its with the suspension or the tires but it feels slidey and snappy. The car feels like it wants to yaw pretty badly and its pretty easy to unsettle it. I tried reverting to the SCE default set up because I found that the AMS default is very different, apparently much stiffer? I seem to have found it a bit more drivable and a bit less prone to just snapping on me but its still not behaving. Examples of things that feel weird to me are like how the tires seem to behave in hairpins. I get a lot of inside front lock up not under braking going through tight corners. Take Montreal modern Turn 1 complex. I get the new tire squealing sounds going through there the whole time at what I consider a reasonable pace and I see smoke in my mirrors and that's while driving in a smooth and controlled manner. Never seen that before. In general I'm getting that tire squeal thing whenever I'm putting lots of lock in with high loads into the car, so basically low and medium speed corners. Turning in also feels odd compared to before, and not really like any of the other formula cars. Car feels like it wants to snap out of control far more than it wants to understeer if you put in too much lock. The other thing is I kinda feel like braking distances have gotten worse. At 100% brake pressure I'm braking where I feel like I used to on the default 88% (now set at 85% in the new set up). Maybe mechanical grip is really down in the new physics and that's making braking worse. I've driven it at normal through max road usage. While the classic turbo power surge that causes lots of problems for people seems exacerbated by this its not really what I feel is the problem (if there is one). Now I'm no pro driver and I'm not the most consistent and I've held off on posting this for a couple weeks now. As it stands however I'm having a hard time seeing myself driving this thing alot and in the last version of SCE I was considering full race lengths. Now even if I could manage the new car on a full race length I'm not sure I'd even want to try. Doesn't feel fun. Maybe that's realistic but somehow my gut (that most inaccurate of measurements) is telling me otherwise. At this point the FV12 feels positively tame and predictable and it used to be my white whale. Thoughts anyone?