The dash design is a hot topic for the Model 3. The lack of instrument cluster/screen is being discussed in other threads and we will see how that plays out. But I wanted to know what everyone thought about Tesla making the center screen landscape as opposed to portrait in the Model 3? This was a big disappointment to me as I thought the Model S portrait orientation was brilliant as it allowed the screen to behave as 2 dual virtual screen/monitors stacked on top of each other. Even other car manufacturers are copying this design on their high tech models (Volvo, Toyota). Now with the landscape orientation the Tesla reps giving test drives were heard saying the driver would have a peripheral view of the center screen (for speed) while also giving the passenger better access to the screen. So instead of 2 center stacked landscaped screens we will have 2 portrait screens. This seems like it would make it difficult for the driver to access the far right virtual display. The portrait screen with 2 center stack virtual displays was one of the best design elements of the Model S. I think it is a huge mistake to depart from this layout and unnescessary R&D to do so. Seems like they are overthinking things. Thoughts anyone?