This may be a repeat threat but after driving a rental Volvo SUV this past weekend, I was pretty impressed with many of the features it offered and wouldn't mind it on a Model S. I thought I'd start a thread where people could make a wish-list of things they'd like. The two major things I liked on the Volvo were: 1. Proximity sensors on all sides and corners of the car. This helped me tremendously as I'm not used to driving large cars and my sense of "how much room do I have left" when parallel parking or taking a tight curve is fairly off. 2. An "all clear" signal on both sides that detects when there is a car in your blind spot. This is one of my biggest worries when driving on the highway and having an indicator that tells me that I can safely change lanes would be tremendously helpful. I believe the Model S doesn't have either of these features but it sure would be nice. What do you guys think is missing?