Other 4-speeds feel like a broomstick in a bucket of oatmeal.
Grasp the gearshift of a Corvette 4-speed gently but firmly. Shift it. See? No stop, no vagueness. Nothing but a smooth, short throws. Your hand imagines two machined surfaces gliding precisely across one another.
Snick! First. Click! Second. And so on. No wishy-washy “maybe I’m in gear and maybe I’m not” feeling. It’s as positive as a Grand Prix car but as smooth as a sedan.
That’s the way it ought to feel when you shift a sports car. Like shaking hands with a craftsman.