Sure sounds like my experience as well (dealer couldn't replicate in my case but reset the transmission anyway). Glad to hear a reset helped you too!We've looked it up and it's clear we need to reset the adaptive transmission values.' They then test drove it again to ensure that the reset led to proper shifting of the dual clutch transmission, and it did. No charge to me (everything's still under warranty and I've had the car less than 6 months) and it hasn't done the "jerky" thing since. Service guy did tell me I need to 'break in' the dual clutch transmission more, that I haven't put enough miles on the car yet. Dude, we're in the middle of a pandemic. Not driving much. But problem appears to be solved and I was really pleased with my first Kia-owner service experience.