Pilots have a saying, part of which goes like this: "There is nothing more useless than the runway behind you"... On the NAV display, there's nothing more useless than the road I just drove on. Although the NAV display is large and great--the triangle signifying the car's position should not be centered, IMHO. I would rather devote most of the screen real estate to the space in front of me (the miles yet undriven). So I propose the following, Tesla developers: 1. When navigating a route, most of the screen real estate should be devoted to the route ahead of the car's path of travel. If the route travels east, for instance, put the triangle (car position) near the left side of the screen. 2. When not navigating a route, keep somewhere around 75% of the screen devoted to the area ahead of the car's current path of travel. Thoughts?