I'm sure everyone out there has noticed how these Tacomas take off like a bat out of hell if the cruise speed drops even 1 or 2 miles an hour. You know, youre driving 80 and the hill is steep so you drop down to 78, then your neck snaps and your truck drops two gears and starts screaming up the mountain. Anyone found a way to adjust the cruise to give it more leeway and tone it down. I climb a pass on my way to work every day, my Accord wagon gently shifts and loses maybe 10 mph on this pass, the Taco rears back a forth through the gears like a bucking bull. Pretty annoying feature, my ideal solution is adjustment of machinery, not tricks that I must manually do to get around this.