I don't like SUVs and crossovers. I also don't like things that are more complicated than is necessary for my needs (read: falcon wing doors). So I really don't like the Model X. Until this weekend, my wife was on board with my dislike of the Model X. However, my wife, who is the primary driver of our P85D (since she has the bad commute into SF/Silicon Valley), has suddenly fallen for the Model X. She is willing to overlook the falcon wing doors (which she also doesn't like) to get the newest automotive toy, and she happens to like SUV-ish vehicles. She is bored with the P85D and now wants a Model X with full self driving capabilities, so she has been spec'ing out the P100D X. I don't think I can talk her out of this one. So my concern is this: I like driving our P85D. I drive cars hard and I like to push a car to its limits on roads like Highway 1 along the CA coast. I don't think I could take an X for a test drive on the roads I am concerned with, so I hope that someone who has a similar driving style to mine, and who has moved from a P85/90D to an X, can give me hope that I will still enjoy driving the car if my wife continues with her plan. Does the Model X wallow in curves more than the S? is the balance significantly different when the vehicle is being pushed through corners?