I spoke with the Land Rover regional managers that came down Tuesday, and after hearing there explanation of the problem, I believe they do not know exactly what is going on. They stated that the delay was built into the software, to protect "heavy foot" drivers. That is when I asked them if they have driven these cars to see why I am calling them out. They told me the engineers have driven it, and know the problem. I told them it does not matter if you have a light or heavy foot, because it does not occur at a complete stop! It is when you are at a rolling speed, and when you step on the accelerator, light or heavy, it will not go. They are looking at giving me a month or two "free" payments for my troubles, not a buy back, because the dealer did not properly open the case back in February, and failed to report the problem each time I brought it in. My dealer told me the reason they did not send these reports, cannot remember what they are called, is because Land Rover penalizes the dealer or service department if and when they open too many. That is when I told Land Rover, that having a problem that was reported to LR, even though it was not properly done in February, and the dealer having my car 3 weeks, 4 next week, is a problem in my book. So I still am pushing for the buy back, or there will be a lawsuit.