I've got a "favorite" location (a house) set where Sentry Mode is normally off. However, I often park the car 1.7 miles away (by circular road), but it's only 1000 ft away from the house in a straight line (and just 600 ft from the edge of the property to the car). It seems Sentry mode assumes I'm still at the house when I'm parked in this public lot, and does NOT turn on automatically. I have to manually arm it each time I park at this lot. (I know, first world problems.) Does anyone know if we can reduce the size of the geofence used to determine if you're in your "favorite" location? What is the actual size? Is it perhaps larger because it's a "favorite" location, and not my "home" location? Note that the Tesla app correctly shows the car as being at a different address than the "favorite" when I'm parked in the lot.