One thing I noticed that I didn't like much on my first RZR trail ride was the way the transmission behaved on steep downhills. Maybe it was my operational skills, but I couldn't figure out an alternate technique at the time.....I was coming down a steep trail section of bumpy bedrock and some dirt (about 150' in length). Once headed down (low gear), the machine started to pick up a bit too much speed and I put my foot on the brakes before dropping off a small lip. Well, as soon as I lift that slight pressure I had on the gas peddle the RZR disengaged it's clutch and wanted to take off down the hill in some kind of freewheel situation! Not a very nice feeling on steeps. I don't want to have to rely 100% on brakes in these conditions. Is there no engine braking with these machines? My XP850 would crawl down a hill with no throttle. I ended up keeping one foot on the gas and one on the brake. I must be dong something wrong. I'm heading out for a fun day of riding in a couple hours and would appreciate any pointers one could offer.