Hi all, just trying to understand expected behavior on slick roads, not pure ice, but slush. Specifically, I was at a stop making a left turn out of a neighborhood. I pressed on the gas pedal more than I know I should but I wanted to see what ESP would do. I thought once it senses traction loss, it would cut throttle and maybe kick on some brakes. As I turned the steering wheel left and accelerated, the tires came loose, I proceeded to go straight, rpms just climbed, and no abs chatter. Seemed like nothing kicked on for me. Also when making a right turn not from a stop on same slushy conditions I accelerated to make the rear end come loose just to see what ESP would do. Again nothing happened, instead I had to correct myself. Only time I got it to do something was going straight and going pretty fast on same slushy stuff. In this situation I heard some abs chatter and the ESP light (squiggly lines) came on. Overall, the system seems very insensitive, at least compared to the Tacoma I had before. That one was actually too sensitive! No pleasing me I guess! If some are wondering, I have Revo 2s with pretty good thread (7/32s) but this question has more to do with when will ESP kick on. I know I was more playing around, but at the same time wanted to be familiar with the system and make sure it's functioning correctly before I actually need it. Thoughts please?