Even the awd version of the stinger is 60/40 rear biased in sport mode. Gotta drive in comfort or eco for it to balance, and still you'll fight a heavy wide car that wants to spin rear tires for a nanosecond first.Friend and I drove an AWD GT in the rain, and maybe it was in some rear biased mode, but it almost spun out around corners like a RWD when pushed very hard. The Sports AWD does what I would want it to do virtually 100% of the time. The only time it got taxed was pre-boosting on a sticky 1/4 mile track, where it seemed like fronts were spinning and rears were not (still ran 12.7's on my second pass ever with the car, but I have been racing AWD's for a long time, back into even my Talon/EVO days). But I've never had one issue on the street, it kills it in the rain pulling out HARD into a 50 MPH speed limit road with traffic (where most are doing 60), @ a 90 degree intersection.