Bit of an odd thread, but I've noticed some small things which I'm not sure are right, but might also be normal and could be my imagination. Firstly, on the motorway I've noticed the S3 has a tendency to fidget, requiring lots of very small corrections to keep it online. It could be the fat tyres, but seems to just want to wander around and just becomes a bit tiresome on long drives. Second, which is highlighted by the above, is the dead zone in the steering. Making these small adjustments, the steering seems to have a dead zone where there is little or no power assistance for the first 1 or 2 degrees of adjustment. It might be a trait of modern electric power steering systems as this is the first car I've had that has one - but is quite annoying as you end up fighting the steering which probably highlights the feeling of the car fidgeting. Additionally, just a side note. Anyone who has had the Method Effects splitter fitted notice any change to the cars feel at high speed (80mph+) where it seems the nose becomes more heavy and direct (again could be me). Anyone know what speeds the splitter has been tested too? I'm concerned that any track days I go to, the splitter may try and pull the bumper off because of the forces added by the higher speeds over 100mph. @MethodEffects - I've fitted it like the video on the website, so x4 bolts on the outer edges, x6 self tapping screws in the centre section and the 3M tape across the whole piece.