Just curious why the heck Kia put that thing in there. For those who don't know what I'm talking about, go to your cars, and with the ignition OFF, depress the throttle all the way down (WOT), and then some more. You'll feel and hear a switch. I have one of those on my Porsche GTS PDK, and the main reason for its existence is in manual mode, if you click that switch, the tranny downshifts and upshifts like if you were in auto mode. The moment you stop depressing it, the tranny doesn't down or upshift automatically anymore. It's also required to activate launch control, but I never use it (no need). Anyway, I tried it on the SXL in manual mode, and it DOES NOT downshift. As you probably know, the SX automatically upshifts near redline even in manual mode (as expected, as it's no sports car). Then put it in auto mode, and when you depress the throttle to WOT (no switch), tranny downshifts to the lowest possible gear, so zero difference if you depress the switch or not. Hence my question: What the heck is it for? Doesn't do anything, as far as I can tell. And no, manual was no help (crap). Just curious. Thanks.