Nice, another SSR11 fan . Just like you, I absolutely despised SSR11 in my early GT1 days. Matter of fact, I don't remember when I started liking it . Anyway, long story short, I forced myself to drive countless laps on it in order to improve my skills. I was having trouble passing the I-A license back then, and I figured the only way to improve would be to race the hardest track in the game again and again. So I did, and I began to destroy the AI left right and center on that track. After that everything is just history... Actually, the NSX is quite notorious for tricky handling in real life as well. I remember reading an article somewhere that says early NSXs are prone to lift-off oversteer and oversteer at high speeds. Hence when the 2nd generation (NA2) NSXs come along Honda purposely made the suspension setup understeer by default. Personally, I think NSXs handle beautifully. A bit tricky on the limit, but all good handling cars are (TVRs and Elises anyone?). Think of it as the antichrist to the Nissan GT-R.