Greetings, Before the recall and within a few weeks after I took delivery of my new 2010 III I experienced the sudden loss of brakes with the sensation of a forward surge during a easy braking from about 30 mph. The episode occured after I hit a small pothole with only one front tire, using light pressure on the brake. This happened a few more times over the next few months; all under the same type of condition: braking lightly to moderately and hitting a sharp bump with only on front wheel. The episode lasts about a full second before the brakes automatically reapply and the car slows normally. In fact, I found a street that had the right conditions and I could duplicate this brake problem every time. I told my dealer I could recreate the problem and asked if they wanted to ride with me to see it and feel it themselves, but they declined for whatever reason. I had the recall procedure done recently and the ECU was flashed according to the workorder. However the exact problem remains; I can still cause this braking anomoly to occur. I am especially concerned today because this was the first time I had it happen where I came very close to not stopping in time to avoid hitting the car in front of me. ** I can clearly see how someone can have this happen and because of it have a small collision under the right conditions ** Has anyone else been able to create (recreate) this braking problem? I am somewhat technically inclined, but I will defer to those more familiar, but my guess has always been that the ABS or Traction Control system is temporarally confused by the front wheel signaling a slip or rotation speed change. This seems to cause almost like a "reset" of the system and for that second or so, you have basically no control of the brakes.