When I first picked up my Roadster one of the first things I noticed was the UI design of the trunk, specifically the closing process. I was brought up to see touching car paint as almost blasphemous (figuratively, but it really is a very strong negative association). I cringe every time I need to put my palms on my car and crush all the dirt and grit into the paint to close the trunk. In previous cars I always found some way around this (yank down on the inside latch and rush my hands out of the way, push down on the decal/emblem, etc), but with the Roadster I can't figure out anything other than trying to remember to keep a clean washcloth with me. I was wandering if anyone had converted their trunk to close electronically. I'd appreciate any recommendations of kits, links to instructions, or thoughts on the process. I've never done anything remotely like this before but it doesn't seem like it should be that hard; just need an electric motor that winds up a wire. I tried searching online but I keep finding kits that require you to replace the latch so going both ways is electronic, and that seems overkill; the trunk already opens just fine. I'll pay someone to do it if I need to, but it seemed like something that might be a fun project that a beginner could take on. Thanks.