I'm driving around a P85 loaner with air suspension while my 60 with standard is getting some creaks and rattles looked at. There's no + on the badge, so I assume it's not a performance plus and doesn't have the stiffer suspension, stabilizer bars, etc. unless the badge is inaccurate). Previously I had noticed that my 60, in contrast to all the reviews about the car feeling like it was "on rails" as described in many reviews of the car, was actually a little soft and spongy in corners at speed and was not confidence-inspiring on, say, fast onramps or offramps. I've noticed this P85 loaner a lot stiffer and better in corners at speed; it feels really good. Anybody know if the difference is due to the air suspension, or some hidden upgrade in the P85 compared to the 60, or something else? Or is something wrong with my 60? Is this something I can have the factory stiffen up or tweak? I love the loaners, but it's making me wish I'd upgraded! :biggrin: It's... so fast.