Having only tried low speed follow during my initial test drive at a dealer, I haven't had a chance to try it since getting the car. But I didn't like what I experienced when I did try it out. It tended to slow down or stop too abruptly, obviously distressing the driver following our car. I found myself fighting the feature by feathering the throttle, bringing criticism from the salesman. I just didn't want to be rear-ended. Some questions: 1. Is this about what you've experienced? 2. Does adjusting following distance mitigate the deceleration rate? i.e., if I change following distance to "extra long," does that help prevent sudden slow-downs? 3. Is this behavior just part of overall ACC characteristics? I think some have said that ACC slows down too abruptly. Thanks!