This one's dangerous if not addressed. "Hold" is not a very safe indicator of "Still in D or R, ready to launch" There really needs to be a clear indicator that any touch of the pedal will cause the car to move. My wife pointed out the PRND on screen, top/left corner. Seeing it for the first time in 1,200 miles, I chuckled. Yes I chose not to creep, but it does not mean my spinal cord has learned the difference yet. My biggest fear is getting used to Hold all day at lights and such, then parking in the garage and forgetting to hit Park. Imagine reaching in the back seat and pressing the pedal by mistake. I want to keep my house so here's one alternative. Recognizing color blindness (which could be an option in setup, and you'd be the first). 1. Reserve the large letters for "D" and "R", using Red color as well (see color blind data - Magenta better). 2. Identify "Hold" with either an underline or circle around it, "D" and "R". Do not minimize the fact it's still in "gear". 3. Identify "P" and "N" using Black color - only. (De-emphasise somehow) A cooler way might be to grow/shift the individual letters from a lineup, keeping the large letters centered, plus it more clearly shows a change. Regarding color, I get why you use BLUE for the driver warnings, Magenta might be better. However, you are disadvantaging 90% of the pop who can see red. Again, I do not see your blue pulsing warnings and a "Color Blind" option would be optimal. I am not color blind, so Red please for me. This warning is also very close to the retinal nerve bundle (blind spot). It may actually be challengine to see, but I doubt that's why people take their hands off the wheel. One more thing, related. One time I was parked at the mall and backed out, stopped, then went to put it in D but executed R by mistake. I gave it power, in reverse, and a car was behind me. Close call, happened twice now. There's a simple fix on this one as well. There should be no reason to put it in R when it's already in R. The car should ask me "You are already in reverse. Are you sure you want to put it into reverse?" After a while, the user will get it, but unlearning is more difficult than learning. Same goes with D->R but I haven't experienced that yet, I alway park nose first. Tesla has done a good job in HMI integration with Machine Control, and the transfer of Control. Please be aware that we have old habits, so you not only need to train us (minimal now), but you also need to un-train us (way more difficult and absent). You could do a Flash simulator for cheap, or just go all out and do it right so people can practice before handing over the keys. I am told that these posts are read by Tesla along with member posts on Tesla.com. However, there is no way to get notified or search there, and my comments can get buried on Tesla.com. And my apologies if this was posted somewhere, I did search without any luck.