Edmunds' long-term test on the Model S recently included the following statement: "We got back on the road and soon realized how much the Model S does not like crosswinds. For several miles, keeping the sedan true in the lane was difficult. Nothing severe, but not the kind of dynamic flaw you find in a Mercedes S Class or a Porsche Panamera." What a bunch of MALARKEY! Just think about it... Model S has the lowest coefficient of drag of any car in existence. So scientifically speaking, it should be the LEAST affected by crosswinds. Further, it's a very HEAVY car at what 4,600lbs plus my fat-@$$ (i'm not really fat, just big boned and a lot of muscle, which weighs more than fat. a little babyfat around the middle, but i was heavy as a kid and, um--). So that's another factor in favor of this car not being affected by crosswinds. 50/50 weight distribution, a comparatively long wheelbase, and i think this Edmunds criticism is completely fabricated. OR he was driving thru like Hurricane Sandy, and NO CAR would have performed better (Panamera and S-class included). It's almost like journalists have to make things up out of thin air that are negative about the Model S, because they think it lends more journalistic integrity than if they just fawned over the car 100% (as in reality the probably do). p*sses me off. Anyway, question is, have YOU noticed any instability on the highway with strong crosswinds?