I just got the car last Monday and have still not gotten completely used to the clutch (only driven MT trucks before). I am still stalling it every now and then. I have probably stalled the MS6 more in the first 5 days than I did over 3 years in my 1990 B2200. All of the threads about trans\clutch problems have made me gun shy about slipping the clutch too much and so the hills traffic in Atlanta have kinda been kickin my ass. Anyway, I assume I will get the stopped to 1st transition figured out eventually. My question is about reverse. When I engage reverse completely and give it a little gas the car shutters and feels like it’s about to stall (maybe gets jerky is a better description). I don't have many opportunities to get on it real hard in reverse, so I don't know if it smoothes out at higher RPMs (damn parking garages with their massive concrete beams and F250s). However, if I let the clutch out about halfway the car is perfectly smooth in reverse at very low speeds. I'd rather not do that though in order to preserve the clutch. I'd appreciate hearing if anybody else has experienced something similar or if its just that I suck at life.