I've owned a Model S P85D for 2.5 years now, and although I love the car, there are some annoyances that in my opinion should have been fixed by software updates long ago, in my opinion. I guess I'm getting tired of waiting for some useful updates now that most of Tesla's efforts seem to be around AP 2.0/2.5 and the Model 3. What I'm not sure about, and part of why I'm posting (besides just venting), is I wonder how Elon Musk and plenty of other Tesla employees can drive these cars every day without being bothered by any of this? Are my use cases unusual? My issues are all about entry to the vehicle and the entertainment system. Annoying Scenario #1: I back into my garage. When I walk to my car from the rear to unplug the power, it doesn't detect my key and unlock. I have to walk over to the passenger side of the car far enough towards the front for the car to unlock, and then walk back to the charging cable to unlock it. I guess I could also just leave more slack in the charging cable so I can step over it. But it is still annoying. Especially since I can open the trunk from behind, and I walk right by there to the charging cable, so I know the car has seen the key when it won't let me unplug the charger. Annoying Scenario #2: I need to load things into my car (back seat or passenger seat), or unload them. I approach the passenger side door and the handles extend and (now) the mirrors unfold. I open the door, the A/C turns on, and the radio turns on, annoyingly auto-connecting to my Bluetooth and playing my Audible book. In my opinion the A/C and the radio could wait until pressure is felt on the driver's seat. Now if I need to make several trips, I can either leave the door open, in my mind wasting A/C and/or playing my audio book unless I pull out my phone or reach across to the screen to pause it, or I can close the door, in which case my handles and mirrors are going to go in and out several times, and the A/C is going to turn on and off several times. Ironically enough, usually when I actually sit down in my car, my Audible won't actually start playing and that's when I'd want it to. This especially seems to happen when I open the passenger door before going to the driver's door. Annoying Scenario #3: This is a new one, with the new mirror behavior. I recently was glad my mirrors were folded in as I pushed a cart down between my car and another to load into the trunk. Then when I left, the mirrors had unfolded, making it difficult to get the cart though. My suggestions: 1) why isn't more of this configurable? In my opinion the mirror un-folding should be configurable: on unlock, on door open, on siting, when put into gear, or never. If it isn't configurable, it makes the most sense to me to do it when you put the vehicle into gear. 2) Audio system shouldn't turn on until the driver sits in their seat, or again make this configurable. 3) Climate control should have a dampening system. It's OK to trigger it on door opening, but perhaps wait 5 seconds before turning it on; if the door is still open, or if another door opens, or if there is pressure in the seat, then turn it on. Likewise, once it is on, don't turn it off second after the door is shut. Perhaps run for 30 seconds after the last event so if you are opening several doors in your car the climate control doesn't turn on and off numerous times. PS - I completely gave up listening to audio books on MP3 in my MS because it lost my place in the books way too many times. I also find the cover art laughable when listening to books on Audible.