SYMPTOM: * when approaching completion of a full stop in tip mode (ie: when the box will change down from 4,3 whatever to 1) Skiddy car light comes on with TCL and car threatens to stall. If I let the car roll forward a little bit I can prevent it stalling. then it seems to idle normally. If I place the car in auto mode and execute the same procedure, it doesn't really do it as badly. STEPS FOLLOWED TO TRY FIX / DIAGNOSE: * disconnected battery for 10 minutes to reset ECU * reconnected battery, startup OK... allowed for couple minutes idle then drove off in auto mode. Everything seems fine, pottered around town and then decided to hit northern motorway to silverdale and then do a power run on the old Albany highway. * once I'd left the highway at silverdale, I opened it up completely in tip mode from 2nd gear pull off, changing at 5500rpm. No problems that I could tell, gear changes were executed normally and my licence flashed before my eyes several times. WTF? On the way back home, I did the same thing again - ie, come to a complete stop at red lights. If I brake smoothly with a clear road and come to a smooth stop, it's fine. As soon as I have to use the brakes harder, then as i become stationary, the revs go to normal idle then dip to about 200rpm and thenyou guessed it - Skiddycar and TCL light, the battery light also flashes and the car has stalled. Engage N and restart, engage D - no problem, pull off as normal, no dramas. Why does it seem more prevalent when coming to a stop in tip mode than in auto? this stalling issue is the only problem. Checked the ATF and it's present and red colour. I can say though - those EBC brake pads and the new front discs make a world of difference!!! I think next time I will go with the Red Stuff though as the Green Stuff is recommended for cars up to 200 BHP but they still do the job.