OK, I had been procrastinating dealing with this issue on our car, but finally capitulated and made dealer service appointment (next week in order to get a loaner). I washed the car then drove home about 10 km and next day the pads were stuck and after it "let go" we got the thump-thump-thump. Drove the car about 25 km in light rain, and it sat outside for about 4 hours, and same thing...this time it seemed a lot worse (maybe had to do with the fact that we had to reverse out from where it was parked and maybe it removed a bigger chunk of pad?) I turned off OPD and pushed the brake pedal moderately and there was a lot of vibration coming through the pedal and the body. ****! Went away after about 3 km though. I told the dealer person I wanted to make sure they had new pads and rotors in stock and they assured me they would have, and I said for the EV model and they said, yes. LOL we'll see. Probably drop off the car and then they'll call me and say "we have to order special EV pads and rotors - it will take 3 weeks". If so that might send me off the deep end LOL. I might order some of @He Keith
's special Power Stop ceramic pads to pick up when we're in the USA later this year as a back-up solution if it happens after the dealer does their thing. I also asked them to check the headlight aim as we keep getting people giving us the brights even when the car is on low beam. Odd...and I have asked them to check for any connectivity/TCAM codes (not sure whether they will have a clue but we'll see!) The connectivity has been better since V2.1 I believe, but I think it's worth mentioning just so they know there are issues.