Just brought our X home to Port Townsend and had long chat with our local detailer who put on a "ceramic" coating (please don't ask the name--I'm terrible with such details.) Anyway, I'd been hesitant about using an automatic car wash. He claims the new technologies are actually less apt to damage than hand washing. Although I'm sure that statement will launch a big debate, we've decided to go ahead and use it. The issue is the spoiler. Although it's sturdy, it would be desirable to manually retract it to minimize risk of injuring it. So far, I can't find a way to manually retract it without locking the car, which obviously won't work. I asked my DS who said he's heard similar requests. So perhaps Fremont will listen and add the option in the future. On a slightly different note, I've also learned that when one goes through a car wash, you obviously have to keep the car in neutral. But if you sit chatting or paying too long, the car will revert to park. Not a pretty thought if you don't realize it. My DS says that once the car starts rolling, it will stay in neutral. I'm just curious if anyone has had any issues, or whether I'm overthinking it. Thanks.