Have any tall people who tinted the glass above the driver seat noticed a difference in heat reduction above your head after the tint was applied. I ask because many posts here have suggested there is no need to tint this piece of glass. I couldn't disagree more. I just sat in a new M3 at the Tesla Store in Miami. It was noon, sunny and 91 outside and the car was in their parking lot. I am 6'3" and had the driver seat raised up fairly high. I would say the top of my head was approx. 5" from the glass above the driver seat. After sitting with the sales person 5-10 minutes my head was uncomfortably warm. So much so that I immediately began searching these threads to see if anyone could confirm that adding an IR reducing tint like Photosync or Crystalline on the glass above the driver really makes a significant difference. It may be the taller you are, the closer you are to the glass and the more you notice the heat. I'm not interested in the sunshade. It might help the driver but it won't help the people in the back seat. So for those that noticed the heat before they tinted the glass above the driver seat, I would greatly appreciate some feedback. I am hoping the IR reducing tint really works for us tall drivers who's head is closer to this glass.