I have a bone to pick about the cruise control stalk. It's backward. I don't mean it's working improperly, but I mean--well--it's backward. When you are using cruise control in the Model S, pressing the lever forward (away from you) cancels cruise, and pulling it back toward you resumes cruise. This may not seem backward to you if you're used to driving a Mercedes. It also may not seem backward if you've trained your brain to remember this. But, I have an interest in engineering human factors and interface design, and IMHO this is all wrong. The best and most intuitive interface should mimic or reflect reality. When I want to resume CC, I should push the stalk forward because I want to speed back up and have the car move me forward. If I'm cancelling CC, it's because I want to slow down, so I should pull the stalk toward me, like a handbrake or a horse's reigns--and because I want the car to accelerate in the backward direction. First, what do you think? Second, any chance in Hades that Tesla might change this in a future software update? (Fingers crossed). I mention this because it was so counter-intuitive and distracting to me during my drive on the highway today that I started to depart my lane! - - - Updated - - - Whoops. Meant the title of this thread to be "The CRUISE control stalk & human factors"! (Typing on smartphone).