Now that I've had the car (and been in town) over a weekend, I have had a decent chance to drive it. I've probably put about 125 miles on it myself at this point. I'll offer these impressions: Getting used to turning it on It's an electric car. None of my prior cars had an On switch. I think it took a little bit for me to do this, but now I just put my foot on the break and turn the car on. I do like how you can turn it on before you get it in Ready Mode, but it is nice to learn how to just crank and go. I have also gotten used to the electric parking break and the lock from Park to gears. Acceleration Obvious. I love being able to instantly get up to speed when changing lanes on a freeway. I love being able to tear it up when I want to. It's so clean, has this throw-you-back in your seat feel. It just feels fast. Now, if you are in Green, rather than Mid or Sport, the accelerator just feels a bit heavier, but you can still crank it, mostly. Handling So balanced. I mean, when turning a corner hard, it doesn't feel like even an open cup of water would slosh (though of course it would). The road feel is bumpy when the road isn't smooth, but I don't care about that. One Pedal Driving I like this. In Green Mode, I barely use the breaks, ever. It took little time for me to get used to regenerative breaking, and I sort of miss it in Sport Mode. Adaptive Cruise Control So. Freakin'. Cool. It took a little to figure out how to work it, in that you need to set a maximum speed (like classic cruise control) and then set a following distance (measured in 1-4 bars on the display). But the display is very clear, and it works really well. It beeps loudly and shows red on your display when a car cuts into your following space. I can really see using this on a 400 mile drive.... if I ever have a car with Adaptive Cruise Control that I would take on a 400 mile drive, that is. Steering Wheel I like the feel of the Iconic's leather steering wheel. I am stuck with the fact that my other car, an Acura, has the volume/track controls on the left and cruise control on the right (opposite what the SE has). Gah! Touchscreen Interface / Navigation It did not take me long at all to get used to that. I like how the solid "Nav" and "Media" buttons bring up the Apple CarPlay apps in use for those things, when Apple CarPlay is selected. I haven't used the built in navigation, but I asked my wife to when she was 40 miles from home and at around 40% SOC. She tested three destinations and was warned only about one of them. I wonder how accurate it can predict. Key Access While I can't get the Driver Profile to be triggered by the use of my key, I do think it is super cool and easy to just carry the key in my pocket and never really need to take it out. Driving Modes I have already concluded that I like to either drive Sport or Green, not Mid. I am either interested in driving for fun (Sport) or trying to be efficient (Green). Little Things The doors feel really solid. The Enigmatic Black is so often black looking and has picked up a lot of dust already. The moonroof is great, especially the dual section part. The seats are comfortable and I am so glad they are leather (Iconic). I love this car.