Initially, the Cadillac CTS's styling set us back, but why not be different? Suggestive of the F-117 stealth fighter, it's all angles and edges, yet the bulky, vaguely claustrophobic interior still communicates Cadillac-ness. Its instruments are stylized but nicely done, though there is an analog clock where the water-temp gauge ought to be. Wrong choice in a sport sedan. The CTS is the heaviest of the three, and has the least powerful engine, yet it gets to 60 mph in a respectable 7 seconds-most of our testers, however, said it felt slower. Clutch takeup and the 5-speed manual transmission are superb, and this car's cornering behavior is nearly the match of the BMW-it's easily the best-handling Caddy ever.