Dear all - hope everyone is doing well! I recently purchased a California T, 2016, 31k odd miles ont he clock. Has warranty etc. - I am totally enjoying it - in fact I really felt a bit depressed driving my SOs SUV a few days in - the response, sound, feel is just so addictive - I did not think I would fall in love with this car . Everything is fine, I just have noticed a couple of things and this experience is biased on driving my - 100% bullet proof Lexus, and 100% unreliable mini cooper - so thats where the perspective comes from. - When the car (California T) starts up, there is a bunch of sounds, high pitched but low intensity whine, goes away after 2 minutes or so, the engines calms down soon but have seen 2-3 times the rev counter fluttering a bit - not significantly but have seen it happen, then it settles down too. Is this normal? I ask as in the Lexus there was no rev counter "fluttering". I used have a horrendous mini cooper, the transmission went out in that one - hence it gives me a a little pause to see the "fluttering" - I used to see the fluttering in the mini cooper as well. - When the car is used at low speeds, again once its just started up for the day, the initial gear changes especially 2-4 are a bit hesitant, as if the car does not know where to be, once its in 6 or 7 its fine, but the initial changes are a bit "jerk"y. Is this normal? I ask because in the mini I used to have the gear changes were also very "jerk"y and the Lexus was just smooth. Thanks again folks! I appreciate the advice here.