honestly most corners seem to show the understeer. i do tend to use the throttle to attempt to "steer" the car. when the car is turned into a corner you can feel the understeer begin until it finally washes out and you feel the tires slip. the attitude seems to be of no consequence. downhills or flat corners are pretty much the same.i have not tried to provoke oversteer since we're talking public roads with other cars, deer, etc. most folks get annoyed at hotdoggers, especially driving red italian cars. i agree that the alignment needs checked. also it could be i'm not used to the kumhos. this is a tire i'm completely unfamiliar with. nevertheless, understeer is understeer. if a few others care to comment, i'd get a better consensus of how the car typically behaves.