Hello everyone, this is my first post here and I’m looking forward to having joined your community. I tried searching through threads for info but I’m not too great at navigating the site and couldn’t find much details. Last year I came across a M/T carbon steel 6R at my regular VW dealership having maintenance done on my MK7 GTi and it being a dream car from my past, I couldn’t pass it up. With 70k miles on the new R, I immediately changed the Haldex fluid and had a LiquiMoly oil change. I’ve had it several months now with no notable issues aside from the occasional inconsistent clutch feeling, but a few pumps and it was fine. It’s been that way since I got it. Now last night at 76k miles I was backing out of the driveway and when I went into 1st it was stuck in reverse. Let up on the clutch, and it stayed on the floor. I shut the engine off and physically pulled the clutch back up. Put the car in N and started engine. Pumped the clutch back up and good to go. I get home from the store and after doing a K turn (using reverse again) going into 1st, the clutch stuck to the floor mostly but came back up about 1/4 of the way. Clutch engagement was very strange. Started it up today and it was fine again until using reverse then the clutch issues stayed for longer, say about 1-2 min of driving I had to pull the clutch up with my foot and the engagements felt very unidentifiable and different. Some slipping occurred and some quick engagements, obviously all unintended as I was babying the car and doing my best to manipulate the vehicle smoothly. For reference I’m 30 and have owned VWs and Audis most of my life, all manual transmissions. I also have some, but very low, track time. What do you guys think is going on here? My guess is bad slave cylinder but from what I’ve learned, that is essentially the TOB which is pretty much a clutch. Wondering if this is my “well shit it’s time for a southbend” moment ... thanks in advance for any comments.