It was a wonderful trip and Volvo did a great job making it so. I will keep it brief so as not to bore anyone. Volvo picked us up at the airport as promised and took us to the Radisson. The room was nice, it was listed as a business class room. The next day, breakfast was great, we were picked up and transported to the factory and took delivery. The staff were really nice. I was lucky because I caught the last day before the factory shut down for the Juky Break so there was still a tour worth taking. Lunch was provided and I was able to meet some fellow OSDers, it was good also. Then we drove to Oslo. Next Day we drove to Molde, Norway, it is a beautiful place. Next day, drove to Bud, did the Atlantic road and started to make our way back to Oslo. We stayed in a small town, it was pretty nice. Next day, Olso (again), we did two days there. I recommend the Radisson, it was great. I really enjoyed the city and the people, so much so we added another day. Then back to Gothenberg for two more days, great city, great people.<p>I would highly recommend taking a trip to see the Fjords and as much of that part of Norway as you can. It is Beautiful. <p>For those folks that are tight with their money, it is pretty expensive and a weak dollar doesn't help. I feel it was worth every penny.<p>The car, 2006 S60R-MT, climate-premium-atacama-magic blue, drove extremely well. One thing I would note, the turning radius is very poor and can pose a real challenge in the tight parking garages. I managed to find the world's smallest/tighest underground parking garage, it was an unpleasant experience to say the least. <p>I cannot say enough good about the OSD volvo folks or the people of Sweden and Norway. I will be doing it again soon to replace my 2004 XC90. Thanks for reading.