I'm sorry to hear of your disappointment with the manual, but you are certainly not alone. Time and temp help with the notchiness to a point, as well as a fluid change which I haven't done yet. The clutch feels much different than any that I've had in the past, but once you get the feel for it and it's engagement points I'd not have it any other way as it is light and responsive to what I ask it to do. I also owned an auto SS, and didn't have any issues with that trans either. I've heard about a bit of lag when using the paddles, but I always had a hand on the shifter just 'cause I'm old.
As for the eight speed in the SS I think that's a non starter simply because this car existed in 2013 in Australia, before the LT1 and the eight speed that mates to it.
I do hope that you find an SS/transmission that suits you, as the car itself is something special.
Where is that car located? I'm certain there are people on here that would love to take it home, especially if you were nice to it...
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Perfect Blue Metallic, 6M, Roto-Fab CAI, fuse relay, radiator and engine covers, S & B Blue Power Stack filter, Weathertechs, 35% tint, ClearShield Pro, Lloyd SS trunk mat, 1080P HD dashcam, Solo Performance axle back exhaust, Maverick Man strut tower caps, billet SS abs cover, Granatelli Motorsports electronic exhaust cutouts, BMR components, MGW short throw shifter
#2564 of 3168 for 2015, 1 of 273 PBM SS's ever produced, 1 of 77 in PBM with Tremec TR6060, #38 of 44 PBM as optioned