I think the parking sensors are great. I've never used anything like them before, and I'm finding them really useful. I am trying to be very careful, of course, not to even graze something when very slowly maneuvering into and out of my two pretty tight garages. But the maneuvering I am doing has sensors at various parts of the car often indicating "Stop" when I'm not going to stop, but need to keep going. That's fine. I understand that the sensors are working as designed. My point is that what would be a lot more helpful to me at these times than simply a big red "Stop" would be if I could also see the exact distance remaining to the wall of the garage or the parked car. The sensor knows the distance, but the software is choosing to just tell me to stop instead of telling me what that distance is. I'm not sure at what distance "Stop" kicks in--it may be 16 inches, or it may be something less than that. (I know I've seen 17 inches displayed on my screen frequently.) Is there any reason the software couldn't say "Stop" but still show the number of inches? I realize that perhaps Tesla is concerned about liability if they show 2 inches remaining and it turned out to be only an inch and someone gets upset over that. Perhaps at some very small distance the distance would have to be shown as "less than 3 inches" or something along those lines, though it would be better if it could be shown right down to the last inch. I'll plan to write to ownership with this suggestion, unless I'm missing something and this is a bad idea for a reason I have not thought of. I'm wondering what others think?