Update: August 2009: Wet weather handling is good - there's enough power to break traction if you are silly, but as long as you can keep it pointed in the right direction, the diffs shuffle the power around until it grips up and just goes. Straight line acceleration in the wet is vastly quicker than a similar powered 2WD vehicle.Overall handling isn't so great - the factory 215/60/16 tyres are just too big a profile for sporty handling and the overall suspension configuration is just too soft.I have a set of 17" wheels to go on soon, PLUS I've added a strut tower brace at the front. This helps to a surprising degree - initial turn in is much more responsive and tyre roll can now be felt whereas before the suspension would slop over first.Rear heavy duty sway bar is on the list of things to do too. Update: August 2010: That's a long way between updates and embarassing that I said 12 months ago that 17" wheels would go on soon. Well, it's got 18" wheels on now. Major improvement in looks and handling.I love it now. They're shadow chrome, rather than black. It makes for an interesting colour depending on the time of day, angle of reflection, etc.