Hey folks, I've been wondering about the 6spd transmission on my 2017 WRX. While not the first standard gearbox equipped car I've driven, it is the first one on a Subaru that I've owned and the first 6spd I've owned. Occasionally, I will have an issue with being able to shift into first from a complete stop. I will be at a red light with clutch out and shifter in neutral and when it comes time to go, I clutch in (all the way to the floor) and shift into first. When I attempt to do so, I feel heavy resistance to the shifter slotting into the gate. Pretty sure I could just slam it in if I had to, but I'd rather not damage anything. I remedy the issue by popping the shifter back to neutral, clutching out and back in, and then the shifter will usually go into first smoothly. I've never had this happen with any of the other MT cars I've driven. Overall, it seems like the Subaru 6spd on the 2015+ WRX is just tighter or more finicky than other makes. Has anyone else had this same issue? I'm coming up on 32k miles and want to know if this is normal or if this is something I should see if I can get looked at while I'm still under warranty. I'm doubtful the dealer would honor the warranty since I've had some mods done, but worth a try anyways.