As most of you know, this car is new to me, and given the condition of the roads in the NE, covered with salt until a few days ago (still remnants left), i have not had alot of wheel time in the 6.0 yet. I went out today for about 4 hours and was repeatedly amazed at how well this car cornered at relatively high speed (nothing insane, but at speeds that would have you concerned and focused) on reasonably twisty 2 lane roads. Not the supertight twisties, mind you, but big and wide enough where you could easily accelerate into the curve without reducing entry speed, at say 80 mph- fast enough. The 4 wheel drive must contribute to this, because the car is just too big and heavy to be that well balanced. So far, the car has reminded me alot of my old BBi, but here's where the similarity ends- the Boxer had some torque, but its cornering capabilities were compromised by stone age tire technology and the difficulty of determining when the car was going to let go. The Diablo has oodles more power, but that alone, would not make the difference. This thing feels really tight, and much smaller, in cornering at higher speed, than I would have thought possible for a car of this size. I had a nice run on that road that runs behind west point, and then narrows to some chilling mountain twists above the Hudson, before leading into Cornwall on Hudson. I am also getting a little better on right rear quarter visibility; i have the passenger mirror cranked really far out, but if i move my head a little bit, i can actually see my rear flank this way. On the run back home, i cranked up an over that long hill on 9W South that goes thru StormKing. Whadda Blast! Oh yea, one other observation: like they used to say about the Countach, at lower speeds this thing is a beast, but get it moving and it takes on an entirely different character. By comparison, my 550's were far more docile and manageable at low speeds.