I bought a 1 year-old 3.2 DSG Sportback a couple of months ago and am very happy with it. The one thing that annoys me is that the throttle is extremely sensitive when initially setting off in either forward or reverse. I love the throttle response when driving normally but it can be embarassing to start off by almost kangaroo hopping down the road. And manoevering in confined parking spaces can be a bit dodgy too. I tend to get used to it and don't have too many problems after the first occasion (either that or it's just worse when cold). What I'm wondering is if this is normal or if it is potentially the result of some sort of remap? Or is it just a feature of DSG? I don't think that it is just my leaden foot because a few of my friends have driven it and they've thought the same thing. Does anyone with a 3.2 DSG have the same problem, either with a remapped engine or with an untouched one? Cheers, Ian.