+1 with behlinla... I agree it's a love it or hate it. I personally love it.
I got used to it on my girlfriend Kia soul. I've had no problems with it. The way I understand it to work is it assists you a lot when you aren't moving and assists you less when you are moving (smart way to do it). That way you don't make 90 degree turns easily at 75mph!!! When you get going that fast it doesn't do much at all unless you try to turn really hard I'm sure. It's easy to move the wheel when you are moving anyways.
Anyways, if it is designed right, it works well. The electronic steering also give more HP to the motor. I love how I can turn with my pinky the entire stop to stop while sitting still no sweat. On my car I could probably do that but it would hurt by the end...
I like the stiffness of our wheels, the way it is designed you can actually feel some of what's happening on the road and that's important.
2012 Fusion Sport, 56k miles, White Platinum Tri-coat. Every option except nav. 28% tint, Diode Dynamics LEDs, Steeda CAI, Steeda 93 octane SCT Tune, Steeda 22.5mm RSB, Magnaflow Catback, Enkei Raijin
[SOLD]2004 SEL Premium, 72,700 miles, Vibrant White. 35% Tint, K&N Panel filter, Remote Start, 4x Infinity Reference 6832cf, JVC KW-R800BT, Rockford Fosgate 501bd, Bazooka BT1014
1989 Mustang LX 5.0 Vert, White, T5, built motor/driveline, race suspension, fast/loud as f*ck