Anyway... DAY 2 impressions... First session, same as the first day. Instructor was still amazed by the car's inability to rotate. Still disappointed I took it to an extreme and pumped the front tires up to 40 psi and rears at 32 psi, cold. I know for the fronts that getting to the point of overinflation when the tires heat up... but at that point I was more frustrated than concerned. WOW!!! HUGE difference. While the car was still more sluggish to rotate than I would have liked... at least I was able to drive into turns with something resembling authority. I was locking up the inside rear and lifting it off the ground on a few spots on the track. The new pressures definitely improved my turn-in, no more ridiculous understeer while trailing in. I was also able to get on the throttle far earlier when coming out, finally got to make good use of that nice limited slip. The car felt a lot closer to neutral. My lap times improved to the point to where the car was competitive with my old stock WRX running on the factory tires (suck). My opinion of the car has taken a complete 180 and my original thoughts on how this car should perform were correct. The Integras in my class were no longer walking all over me, even if they were still faster with the stickier tires, suspesion upgrades, and engine upgrades. Had I some 225/45 Azenis I probably could have held pace with the one ITR on the track and perhaps given all the GSR's something to think about. Overall, I had a much better day today. So yeah... I'm going to ride these tires for a while longer on the street and get some Azenis before I run another event. My only concern with getting super stickier tires is that I'm definitely going to have to get more aggressive pads. The Bobcats performed admirably, and only really compained towards the end of each session... but I don't think they could handle too much more grip. I'm going to have to remember to bring my MityVac out next time because after about two sessions the fluid is ready to be bled, which is surprising because I'm running ATE Superblue. So over the course of a day the pads do good, but the fluid just wears out. I was getting some slightly irritating "fluid" fade by the third session. I think the temps are just getting too hot for it to handle because the brakes aren't exactly big.