I've had this problem happen to me a couple of times now and I can see someone getting into trouble unless the behavior is modified. On a couple of occasions, I've been going reverse to back out of a driveway, then shifted to D and immediately hit the Go pedal again, only to be lunged backwards instead of forward. The lunge is followed by the triple beep error tone telling you something is wrong (because I guess it thinks I'm going too fast in reverse to shift to D), but there is a bit of delay so by the time you hear the beep beep beep, it's already too late because you're accelerating backwards. It's not a huge delay, but enough that it's too late. I've tried the same thing while going forward to see what happens if you go hit R and the results are inconsistent. Sometimes you end up in Neutral, sometimes you just stay in Drive. It seems like most of the time you stay in drive with the triple-beep (which is not accompanied by a message on the screen BTW). I've made sure when I'm trying this that I press it all the way so that I'm not accidentally going half-click to N, so I'm not sure why I sometimes end up in N and sometimes not. I'm pretty sure this wasn't always the case. I seem to remember that if you would shift to a direction the car didn't want you in, you'd end up in Neutral, not stay where you were. Am I going crazy or has this changed? I really think the behavior should be to shift to N if it doesn't want you changing to the other direction.