Version 9 is made for a model 3 (and perhaps future S/X) single "horizontal model 3 screen". I am very unhappy with Tesla for reducing the functionality of my console. The Model S/X vertical screen was kind of like two monitors for your computer at home or work. You could open the functional displays energy, audio, map, etc. and choose where to locate top or bottom or full screen. Now there is only one universal shared "flexible window" at the very bottom of the screen. The rear camera view and all other function screens are down by the cup holders. What is the rest of the display doing.. a map stuck as the background.... Really? Did someone forget to program a close button on the map? This interface layout is not suitable for a vertical screen. The design is for a horizontal screen located mid dash in height. All of the menus are at the very bottom of the screen, you know farthest away from the road and where your attention should be. I am aware that Tesla has shown concepts of one horizontal screen for the future model S and X just like the model 3. Maybe this interface is perfect for that, but is terrible and perhaps dangerous for a vertical screen like the models S/X currently have. I bought my model S with the "2 window" screen, now I have only 1, and located down by the cup holder. How many computer monitors are on your desk? Ya know, you really only need one, you can just tab between the applications. This update effectively removed one of my monitors and replaced it with a fixed map while locking the position of the remaining monitor. Will Tesla restore the lost functionality? I hope so, but I doubt it. The software interface needs to be reworked for all vertical screen interfaces. The menus need to be located at the top of the display (not the bottom), and restore the 2 active screen windows, with zoom and swap like I purchased with my model S. Tesla this is really going backward in my opinion. Formerly a happy customer in Ohio.