As I stated on another thread yesterday, my family went for a test drive in an X. The drive was great except for the misinformation we got about the second and third row seats. It was pouring the whole day yesterday so we didn't get to play with that doors too much especially because I had my toddler in the rain with me. One big concern I had was when I was asked to just press open the falcon door (with my daughter in my arms), I was about a foot away from the door. And when it was actually opening, I had this thought in my head:"I'll just stand where I am since the falcon door can detect my presence and will go more up than out to avoid hitting me". I kept watching it as it opened and finally felt the need to take a step back after the bottom of the door was about an inch from my face. I was not impressed by that. Again, is that a kink that a software can work out or maybe it's been worked out already? I have another scenario in my head where let's say the x is parked on a busy street and passengers need to get out, how will the falcon wing door decide how far out it'll go to avoid hitting or getting hit any moving cars? With a regular car door, the passenger can decide how far to swing the door open whereas the falcon door doesn't allow for that human component to be involved. How legit is my concern? Thanks.