I noticed something a bit odd yesterday, not sure if this is "Expected" behavior but to me it felt odd. Came back home parked in the garage, took something out of the back but appear to have closed the rear door "partially". In that you cannot pull the door open without pulling the handle, yet the door isn't registered as closed by the car But I walked away without noticing this and after 10 min or so came back to the garage without the key with me for some other reason. Upon entering garage, noticed that the A/C was still running in the car and the screen was active. Worse yet, the handles were all open as well. I went and opened the rear door with the handle and then closed the door shut, the car immediately locked itself as soon as I closed the door and retracted the handles, too little too late? I'm not sure but I didn't feel as though this was ideal. One could do the same in a parking lot and the car remains completely unlocked and accessible without any alarms. I understand the car thinks the door is still open and does not know, but once the key fob is out of the cars range, the car should behave differently. Why did the handles stay open even after the key left the range? I think the handles should retract/open only based on keyfob presence or via the phone, once neither is in play, the car should pull them in as a safety mechanism until the key fob comes back within range. Also the car should ideally send a text or alert to the phone when the key has left the range and the car is not locked and remains running without instructions from the app. Something like, "Car door(s) open, key not in range" or something like that. Makes sense?