So I'm considering purchasing a MKII MR2 Turbo next summer, and just want to get a few concerns cleared up. The MR2 is obviously going to handle great, which is why I want it. I want something much better for autocross than my plowing Camry. My big question here is about that whole severe oversteer issue that I've read about. When you lift mid-corner and the weight shifts forward, therefore the back end will have less traction and let loose, correct? Is there any way to make this less drastic? I was thinking a front sway bar, but is there anything else that would help other than changing to the 93+ rear suspension (I plan to buy a 91 or 92)? I really want this car, but I also don't want to die because I don't know how to control it. Obviously going from FF to MR is going to be a big change, but hopefully I'll get it out to a couple autocrosses before I discover her emergency situation characteristics on the street. I'm going to be a freshman in college this fall, so I have no need for a car until next spring/summer, so I'm not concerned about winter driving at all and I hardly ever carry other people or big things in my car, so not worried about space either. BTW, I have searched, and I have read the FAQ, although maybe not very well.