One thing I'm finding in the less than 24 hours since I got mine, is that there is little point in driving it like a manual. WHen you are decelerating and pull it back through the gears, there is very little engine retardation as the DSG blips the throttle and keeps the engine revs up. It also changes down by itself when in 'D' and you start to brake.
One thing I didnt realize until I read the manual is that the 'S' position isnt for 'Second', it's for 'Sport'!. Will be interesting so see the difference there.. It certainly is a nice transmission that's for sure... Well worth the money IMHO