So I did a bit more experimentation after re-reading this post. It would appear the 'max' speed for each height is an opt-in like you said above (well it seems to work that way most of the time). My question is what goose thought that would actually work in the real world?You have to tap the blue "Keep until xxxmph" button next to the height you select, after raising the suspension. Otherwise it drops ASAP.
Talk about take your eyes off the road more than needed just so you can press some little text that says 'Keep", are they kidding?
That still doesn't explain the car park incident where it refused to raise when the car was stationary.
Or to take the line of Steve Jobs, am I holding it wrong?