I'm curious if others experience this issue, and remotely hope that perhaps Tesla will fix it. My garage has very little natural light. So when I get into the car, the display has automatically adjusted to 0% in daytime mode. When I back out of the garage, backing to the NW, into full daylight, the display is instantly awash in lots of natural light through the pano, especially if it's afternoon so the sun shines directly onto the display. The problem is that the display adjusts quite slowly so that when all this natural light hits it, it's still at 0% and essentially useless. The backup camera is totally worthless when I back out of my garage so I'm extra cautious using the mirrors, swiveling my head, etc. I realize I could manually adjust the brightness to 100% before backing out, then reset it to auto, but that sort of defeats the purpose of auto. It would be better if the display reacted more quickly to a change in ambient light. The Homelink connection can figure out where I am and respond accordingly, why not the display? And while I'm ranting on the display, I find the dash display too bright at night. First, I have a white car, so the car graphic is obviously brighter than if I had a black car. Then the headlights graphic adds even more light. Since the display brightness of the dash is linked to the 17" display, dimming further then makes the 17" difficult to use. Tesla - please fix this. End of rant!