Ok, so I've noticed that I'm having a problem keeping my driving foot (right foot) warm when the weather is cold (like 32 degrees F). This only affects my driving foot (right foot) and it only happens to the driver. I've ridden with my husband driving and the passenger side foot compartment stays nice and toasty down there. And while driving my left foot stays nice and toasty. But no matter how much I crank the heat and fan I can't get my driving foot warm. The other thing I've noticed is it gets colder down there the faster I go. So for in town driving it's not really that big a deal but most of my driving is hi-way and it gets cold, almost drafty down there. I did poked around down there and it looks like there is no vent directly above the driving foot (unlike the passengers side which seems to have one directly above the left foot which would mirror the driving foot. Also, I've noticed that the vent closest to the driving foot doesn't have any fins to direct air/heat to the driving foot. I'm thinking short term about cutting some cardboard and making some directional fins and hoping that will help keep that area warm. But I'm wondering if this is happening to others (possible design flaw) or if I have an isolated issue (production defect in my car). Thanks all for your time.