Really been wanting to get into this and start enjoying HDR pictures as you can get some really nice results that either match the scene or go beyond and transform it.
To save time I took a few pics of the car but instead of setting the camera to AV it was set to shutter priority - doh. Well its worked to an extent and will have to just get out and practice and practice some more then a bit more practice after that.
Rather than using CS2's HDR feature I had been playing the the Photomatix Pro tool - its a free download from www.hdrsoft.com but it will put a water mark over your images until you register it. The tone mapping is much easier and more powerful than CS2's manipulation. I took the plunge and paid the £50 registration as I know I am going to be doing a lot more HDR stuff and the program works a treat.
Here are some of the pics of the car, even though the av changed on each exposure I got away with it I think....