I'm curious about some of the features of the SAS. I've read some conflicting points of view on the forum about the subject of the SAS and their ability to control dampening of the ride, or not. The Tesla website says that the SAS automatically adjusts the stiffness of the ride based on driving conditions. I'm no expert in suspensions, let me say this first. However, I saw it asserted on another thread that the Tesla SAS does not have dampeners and therefore no ability to control the ride stiffness. What is the verdict on this? If it does indeed have the ability to control ride stiffness - and I'll take Tesla at face value here - then why is there no ability to select a ride stiffness manually? My previous car, a Toyota Sequoia, had an air suspension that could lower and raise in a similar fashion as my Telsa. It also had a selector for "Comfort," "Normal," and "Sport" all of which presented a completely different feel from the ride. Comfort was squishy and soft while sport was firm and let you really feel the road. I'm fairly certain this kind of feature is standard with a lot of sport cars and even SUVs. Is this type of adjustable ride not available with Tesla? If not, is it by choice or something else that I don't fully understand as a suspension rookie? In summary, if Tesla says the suspension can auto adjust the ride, is it possible that they could add a manually adjustable feature in the future or are there hardware limitations to this? For the record, I dig my air suspension and use the raise/lower feature daily around town. I love that ability, just curious about it from more of a performance perspective.