Cali head rests aren't all they're supposed to be either, I find that I have to jack mine almost all the way up for them to get comfortable. Around here coming into Northport on Hwy 82 E, there's several small rolling hills where its just steep enough and high enough to get the CVT to start climbing on up there, and then right as it gets back to its set speed on cruise, the hill drops back down and the cvt lets off, only to then be met immediately by another hill. It sounds funny to say the least. You will also get a kick out of this: I was driving my Wrangler the other day, and on the 2.5L AMC/Chrysler engine it has, torque peaks at 3250 RPM giving me 145 lb/ft. (not much is it?) Anyway, its a stick shift, and I found myself going down the interstate trying to hold it at 3250 thinking "I'll get the best torque here" and forgetting that I will still stay the same speed, unlike my CVT Cali. I bet that 18 wheeler thought he had a dumb *** on his hands! I kept looking at the speedometer and wondering if I was at torque peak why I wasn't accelerating!