I took my Model S test drive today. I expect most first-time Tesla drivers at the event were excited about how fast the car accelerated and handled at speed, but I had no doubts about that aspect of the Model S performance. I was more interested in how much control I had at low speeds. (You may recognize my name from my previous thread Automatic creep makes it impossible to come to a smooth stop.) A seven-minute drive is not much time to get a feel for how a car handles, but in my short drive I can report that the Model S still has slight creep, but much less than the Roadster. Sitting with the car in Drive with no foot on either pedal, the car does creep forward slowly, but coming to a smooth stop in Drive seemed much easier than in the Roadster — much less of a sense that the motor (trying to make it go) was fighting the brakes (trying to make it stop). I'm interested to hear other people's impressions of their test drives.