My 3 will be 2 weeks old tomorrow. We took a longish trip to Memphis this weekend, so had many 'firsts' with the car. One that ultimately caused no harm but did cause some significant anxiety for several minutes was in regards to the rear trunk. What apparently happened is this. We had been driving from place to place, sometimes putting things in the trunk, sometimes taking them out. At one point I was going to get out the UMC, but then decided not to. While talking and distracted and dealing with other things we went inside. Apparently during all that activity I had hit the button to open the trunk. That's well and good, but then I didn't remember that I'd done that, and there's no easy visual clue that the trunk is unlatched. The car interior lights don't come on, there's no real increased gap around the trunk, etc. As it turns out, I had my camera gear in the vehicle to the tune of about $20,000 in value that would have been quickly walked away with had anyone bothered to test the trunk. I just happened to check the battery charge a short time after we got inside and noticed on the graphic that it showed the trunk open. Fortunately, nothing was touched. We've had somewhat similar issues with our Model X where the FWD came up when the button on the fob was inadvertently hit while we were in a nearby building. Someone rummaged around inside, left a few empty beer cans, but otherwise, fortunately, took nothing. I'm sure it's a low priority, but I'd love if the app notifications sent a reminder if your trunk, frunk, or any door was left open for more than 5 minutes without any other activity occurring. You can always just go "yeah, I'm working on something" if it's not relevant. But if you just got to a movie theater and it's going to sit there open for 2 hours it would be nice to be alerted to it. Secondarily, I'd sure like to find a way to get that trunk to open all the way when you hit the 'open' button, that would make it a lot easier to notice/fix.