I think this has been somewhat discussed in other threads, but I wanted to post some observations specifically, and to seek advice as to whether this is something I should have Service look at. In all my past cars with Auto systems, I have found that setting the temperature at 72 degrees F kept the car comfortable (for me). With my Model S, I have to keep it at 69, and the car is still a wee bit warmer than I'm used to. The fan cycles down so low, that pretty much all the time I have to over-ride the fan speed and turn it up. Yesterday, after an hour or so drive and with the car still running in my driveway, I snapped the below screen from my smartphone app. You can see it's showing the interior temp at 80 degrees, yet this is after the system has cooled down the car, and "throttled itself back" with the setpoint at 69. I know newer models have a re-designed cabin sensor with a mechanical aspirator, and maybe that fixes some of what I'm seeing. Is this "just the way it is" or should I complain to Service that my HVAC isn't working properly?