Folks, Just had my Elantra in for her 30K ATF flush. I'd been running her at 44 PSI for probably the last 10K. The dealer noted that my tires are cupping and suggested an alignment, which I declined; I can get the alignment done cheaper elsewhere by perfectly competent shops. Previously, I noted a slight shimmy above 65, and took her in for an alignment. When I picked her up, I was told that it aligned nicely, except for one of the measurements*, where it could not be brought within tolerance; the car was 0.2 degrees out of spec on that measurement. I drove off, and the high-speed shimmy was no longer there, but showed back up in about 3 days. I've seen some posts on various boards wherein folks complained that their Elantra had sustained permanent failure due to overloading. Anyone have any guesses or observations as to what's going on here? Could it be the inflation levels? * I can't remember which one didn't adjust properly, but I believe it was the most obscure of the alignment variables.