I remember in older reviews one of the major grips about the center 17" touch screen was that it got really distracting at night. Well I have a solution! If Tesla used an AMOLED display, they wouldn't have to light up the entire screen at night. From my understanding, that technology allows all sorts of phones (I think Samsung is the biggest user) to not have to wake up all the pixels just to do simple on screen actions. Thus saving battery and not being so bright. I think it's more expensive but I think the screen would be even more of a selling point to techy people. I like this solution because it allows some innovative solutions and combined with Tesla's current system of over the air updates, they can change mid stream. EXAMPLE: On the new Moto X smartphone, Motorola and Google built in a feature were the time or notifications could show up on the phone even if it was off. I think that's something the Model S could look to replicate. Or maybe instead of utilizing the entire 17" screen for to "apps"/programs simultaneously, they could run just one in "Night Mode". Imagine that!:love: Now as always when I post on these forums, I'm just curious as to how effective a solution this could be for Tesla and would love to here your response.