In the past, we've discussed the lack of lateral support in the seats in the Model S but, these recent reviews got me concerned about whether these apparently slippery leather seats will really allow us to push the Model S around corners without worrying about slipping around?! GGR's comparison with the Roadster after he got his pink "BGC" Model S: Atleast one auto journalist review: 2012 Tesla Model S: Drive review - Autoweek The only alternative that we really have at this point is the Textile seats (with which one'll lose out on the heated aspect, 4-way lumbar support and 'unofficially', seat memory). I sat in them in a static (Sunset Red) S back in August and found them to be quite comfortable while also possibly providing (note: speculation) more "friction" in a driving situation given the rougher texture. How 'bad' is the situation here with the leather seats? New Model S owners, please chime in a bit more. If possible, please compare to say, spiritedly driving a BMW 3 sedan and such in the context of the seats (alone). Thanks.