I've had my 3 since May 8, and it's a great car. but the phone-as-a-key gimmick SUCKS. We need a forum topic where everyone can tell their stories of its failure, and see that Tesla engineers read it. I have a Galaxy S5 phone, and my phone-as-a-key works intermittently at best. Now and then it'll work flawlessly for a day or even 2, then it goes back to random failures, or complete fail for a day or so. This morning, I was heading out to work, and it was raining. I was carrying my phone, a screwdriver set, and a bottle of water, The phone-as-a-key failed to unlock the door in the rain, so I had to switch the phone to my other hand and dig in my pocket for the key card. This caused me to tilt the screwdriver set, and the handle slid out of its holder, and when it hit the ground, its tip popped out and went under the car a bit. So I had to kneel down on the wet ground, while getting rained on, and reach under the car for the screwdriver tip and handle, then stand back up, swipe the key card, open the door, and get in, all because phone-as-a-key SUCKS!!!! And this happened 3 times today -- having the phone in my hand will unlock the car so I can get in, but it won't turn the car on, so while in the seat I have to lean back and dig the key card out of my pocket and swipe it, because phone-as-a-key SUCKS!!! Add your stories. Give us a simple and reliable fob, Tesla!