I have been driving the EOS for 5 days now and it's finally starting to come around. I had some terrible negative camber on the rear tires and it was so bad it chewed up the inside edge of a fairly new tire. I started with -4.8 on one side and -3.5 on the other. When I was done I had -1.0 and -.85 I need to check the toe but I looks close enough for now. The rear camber adjustment on the MK5 and up VW's are a pain in the rear and I have found out that several dealers are calling -2.5 and up as normal. Some owners are getting less than 20k out of their rear tires. So make sure you keep your service managers on their toes and don't settle for the std it's in spec's BS. I also have a vibration that I tracked down to a bent rim, But I have a trade deal in the works that will get me another set of nice OEM alloys with decent tires. I also had a not so small oil leak that was causing a big stink, I though it was the turbo drain line but after cleaning it up it was dry. So I searched longer and found a trail up high on the engine, so I cleaned it down with brake cleaner and narrowed it down to the right side of the engine back by the vacuum pump but I still couldn't see a clear path. I pulled the vacuum pump off and they use a steel shim type gasket and it appears to have a crease in it. Maybe it was installer error...anything is possible but who knows. I found another steel gasket and this one had a groove around it so I put a small bit of gray sealer ( my new favorite go to) around it and tightened it down. I drove it home and it's still dry under the pump so I hope the current oil smoke will go away after more driving.