I actually love it. Some key points to start with. It can be as docile and smooth as you want it to be. Very easy to drive. But it comes with a Jekyll and Hyde personality. Very comfortable when taking a Sunday cruise. But when driving aggressively full attention must be given to everything a driver should have his eyes on. The car when driven aggressively is brutal. I don't mean brutal in a bad sense. I mean it gets dam right mean. It can tear up the highway at the blink of an eye. Speed can build so fast that you have no idea how fast you are going. It it weren't for the G' Forces experienced while driving the driver could get a false sense of security. Don't get enamored trying to read the info center when driving aggressively. The options for a different set of gauges and the view of the boost, HP and torque aren't needed. Nice touch but I can see trying to monitor the info center as being as bad as texting while driving. The drivers eyes SHOULD be focused on the road and the surroundings. SA fighter pilots call this. One should at all time know the circumstances of the surroundings such as neighborhood you are in, blind entrances and if children are outside playing frequently. The speedometer and the Tach fall to the eyes easily so the driver can actually see straight ahead with a quick glance down to those gauges. Turning askance and leaving your eyes off the road to read the extra info center gauges, as well as flipping through them when running aggressively is just plain stupid. I love the car. I know and understand what I have. I know where and when I can get into it aggressively. After owning both and R/T and an SRT and many muscle cars before, the Hellcat is in an entirely different league. It is not to be taken lightly and maybe some should not own one. I was young and I was stupid at times with my cars back in the 60s. I would not suggest anyone purchase one unless they've had experience with high performance cars beforehand. My 16 year old grandson who just got his license will never get to drive it. My Brother who is going to be 65 in October and owns a Corvette and drove both my other Challengers does not want any part of driving it for the time being. He respects the car and what it can do. I hope all who own one (and I am confident the people on these boards do) respect the car for what it is, what it can do.........good or bad. Moms and Dads don't buy one of these for your recent graduate. Not a good idea.