Okay, I've had Angel for about three weeks. I'm a long-time systems engineer and worked with computer user interfaces for decades. I would love to see these features: Garmin-like round-trip waypoint navigation "Don't go below" interior temperature management. Let me set a "base" temperature so the car is never below 50 degrees when I get in. Get smarter about "waking up" when the car is in my garage. As I walk by the garage door inside or outside the house, I can hear it needlessly grinding away at the retractable mirrors and flashing the lights. Figure out how to make the sun visors actually functional for people my height (6'2"). As they are, unless I grind my seat down so low I can't get out of it without a derrick, the sunshades are simply too low. Perhaps a shade that pulls down from the top and down like on big busses? Redesign the center console. It's better than nothing, but my Ford Pinto had a better, more functional console. Why have a tray that dumps out everything when I accelerate? Why have a back tray that gets jammed by stuff sliding back in the lower console? Provide a way to lock the glovebox. Many break-ins are targeting our vehicle registration and papers kept in the glovebox. Yes, the radio and nav controls require too many eyes-off-the-road seconds to adjust. Position the UI controls to place them closer to the driver (on the left). Why make me search for a small icon way over on the right side? Link the owner's manual to the UI. When you have a question about something in the UI (like how to turn on the headlights), have a context-sensitive help button take you to that page in the owner's manual. Improve the UI on the voice recognition--especially for phone calls. In other cars, I could say "call Marilyn Vaughn Mobile" and have it know which of her three numbers to dial. As it is, it barely recognizes my wife's name. I'm considering having her change her name to make it simpler to look up. Perhaps letting me setup quick-dial aliases would help. Enable far more voice-commands. "Cabin heat increase", etc. Optionally link the driver-passenger temperatures so I don't have to reset both when I want to adjust the temp. Make the basic operations such as cabin lights easier to find so untrained passengers can turn on a map light without having to go through four menus. I'm told that the mirror issue can be fixed by manually disabling auto-park. If this is the case, it should be part of the driver config so when I enter the car it's reset to the correct setting. Provide air-sick bags for passengers not accustomed to the high-G acceleration. Don't get me wrong. My Model X is spectacular. It's a far cry from my old Lexus 450H but it could be so much more. I just want it to be all it can be.