Driving is what I expected. Smooth ride, smooth acceleration, nice options, good sound system... I like the car OK?
I do have issue with the new radar controlled cruise control. It will cancel operation if other radiation sources are sensed. It will "clear" itself after some time, then you can reengage cruise. It does not cancel cruise often, but when it does, it seems to take too long to figure that it is OK to reengage. I tested this by stopping and shutting the engine off, and restarting, thus rebooting the cruise control chip. In this way I can immediately use cruise again. If left to its own devices, this could take up to 4 minutes.
Also, it senses objects in your path and will actively brake the car. It treats objects on the right just fine, but is overly sensitive on the left. i.e. highway driving in the fast lane going past a slowing vehicle in a left turn lane; the brake will engage until the vehicle on the left is at least 3/4 of a lane away from your car.
In short, there should be a "reset" for the cruise control, and in cases where radiation is heavy, it should have the ability to shut off the technology and go back to normal, non radar control. It seems odd that this wasn't built in already.
I almost forgot, it can be unsettling going through a turn with the cruise on and the speed setting too much above the vehicle in front of you. The radar can lose sight of the vehicle in front as it goes into the turn, and will begin to accelerate to the set speed. Of course when it "sees" the car in front again, it will brake for you, but it gives one pause when the car revs up a little, then suddenly brakes right after.