Absolutely. I like to set it in tow haul straight away, 4A for wet pavement, and 2A for dry so far seems to work good. Lock gears to 7 max (both towing and normal day to day use), might allow it to run up to 10th during those hour-long straight stretches of i5). On my way down from Stevens pass I kept it in 3rd around 4K-ish RPM which kept my speed real steady and manageable as it was coming down a roughly 7% icy grade and for the most part prevented me from touching my brakes. The one thing I worry about is having the trailer whip around on my as I decelerate, I try to be as smooth as humanly possible with all of my inputs (good practice for the track too!) but I just don't know the limits of this setup and am doing my best to stay well within them. One thing I've found curious is why tow-haul doesn't firm up the suspension into 'Sport' level or full stiff? When I was hauling the trailer empty and being bounced around like crazy, setting to sport mode made a dramatic difference, albeit with too jarring of shifts. Full stiff suspension + buttery shifts with extra engine braking would be a great combo as far as I can tell.