I think MDM/DSC have their place. When new to track, you'll gain much more from learning the line and feeling comfortable. Once you have several sessions under your belt and feel comfy, you can always turn it off and and pay attention to what changes.
I'd say do not turn it off unless you feel it fighting you/impeding your drive out of corners.
2010 Alpine White E90 M3 M-DCT
Ohlins R&T, 19" BBS CH-R, Eisenmann Street, BPM Stage I Tune, Euro MDM, Euro M-DCT, AFE Intake, AFE pulleys, Michelin PSS
Last edited by jbraslins; 04-01-2013 at 05:48 PM.