I've gotten quite a few of these by now: The first one I didn't think much about, chalked it up to a bug in the app. After getting a few more I started to wonder if there was a pattern. Today I noticed I got two of them while I was doing dishes in my kitchen. My kitchen is in fob range of my garage, I keep my key in my front pocket, and when I lean over the sink I probably sometimes rest my weight against the fob. That's probably what was happening. A few lessons I've learned: - Since I don't use Summon for anything other than demoing it, I think I'll disable it, and enable it by hand when I want to demo it. - In addition to the other good reasons to plug in the car when possible, it has the helpful side effect of immobilizing it. - It would be good if the fob actions to initiate Summon were more difficult to perform by accident. Cell phones, even "dumb phones", have keylock sequences to prevent butt dialing, and after all, when you butt dial someone, the potential consequences are usually less serious than the potential consequences of having your 4,800 lb. car start to move by itself. Do any of you have any amusing (or less-than-amusing, I hope not) stories about butt-Summoning your car? - - - Updated - - - Oh by the way, shouldn't we have a forum for Tesla features that are common to S and X?