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The M3 has a completely different tranny, so it may let you get the user-interface and general technique down, but it will not shift the same at all as an M5.
A regurlar 5 series should give you a good estimate of space and size.
 

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mikem said:
How hard is it to get used to the iDrive? Can you customize it?
My brother's wife figured it out the first day, and she is techno-illiterate. I think it is something that once you get it, it is easy. The question remains if it isn't intuative and distracts the driver more than normal controls -- it shouldn't be in a BMW. I think it isn't hard to figure out, it is just "why?" technology.
 
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