So, after four weeks of driving MS I pulled the date car out for a ride. I spent the day tooling around and remembering what it is like to shift, brake and generally stink. Yep, its official; ICE cars have tail pipe emissions and my nose now tells me they stink. The old gal is a classic and I still love her. I'll just spend that much less time with her because of the MS. To get back on point, I pulled the ICE back into her parking spot and headed home. This morning I woke up to take my girl to school and found I am ham fisted/footed with MS. Wow, I've forgotten how to drive MS. All the grace was gone. I go to engage the cruise control, kept my foot on the torque demand pedal too long and bam, the car lurches back when I lift and forward again when the cc picks up. I had this process nailed two days ago; where did the grace go? So, MS lesson number whatever for me. Swapping back and forth is like shift change at McDonalds. It's time for retraining. I spent the whole drive home very carefully retraining myself to be smooth with MS. The car simply requires more precise driving technique.