Ok, so I like the idea of the system, but I'm wondering if we can get a little more info about it. I got the following info off of the Allpar page for the Compass: 2018 Jeep Compass: here it is! Auto: Automatic mode Snow: Second gear launch; slick-surface brake controls; locked in AWD; up to 60/40 front/rear power split; ESC full on Sand/Mud: Off-road brake controls; locked in AWD; partial ESC Rock: Increased brake lock differential capacity; no ESC Since Sand and Mud are different modes, I'd love to know the difference between them, if any. I was also looking at the Renegade's section on ActiveDrive/Selec-Terrain (2015-2017 Jeep Renegade: the mini-Jeep) since the systems are supposed to be the same, It lists the following: Standard mode is automatic, staying in front wheel drive most of the time, but splitting torque as needed. Sport limits traction control, increases stability-control thresholds, and targets a front/rear torque split of 40/60 for a rear-drive feel. Snow starts in second gear, sets brake controls for slick surfaces, and goes into full time 4x4, preferring a 60/40 front/rear split. Mud/Sand is similar but has modified brake controls, and prefers rear wheel drive. Rock, on Trailhawk only (because it is only available in low gear), is similar to Mud/Sand but increases brake lock differential capacity, and locks the differential. As I recall, the Renegade didn't have a Sport mode, that was in the Cherokee. I'd love to HAVE a sport mode, if at all possible. And mud/sand are combined here too. I'm just a little confused.