Have read many people complaining that they wish the Summon feature would put the car all the way to the right side of the garage to leave room between the left side of the car and the other car in the garage for the drivers door to have room to open (not that it matters since you're NOT IN THE CAR!! LOL). The summon feature however, as most have discovered, does its best to center the car between obstacles on the left and right side of the car. I'm in the same boat and want my car further to the right. So, I parked the car where I wanted it, placed a cardboard box about a foot away from the left front tire. Next time the car pulled in, it avoided the box as and obstruction and turned right as it approached the box and ended up centering the front of the car between the box and the wall, exactly where I would have parked it myself. Hadn't seen it discussed, but also discovered another bypass to the Tesla logic. With 7.1 auto pilot, the car seems to ask you to put your hands on the steering wheel a lot more often, at least every three minutes. I tried to test this myself and never got past three minutes before it asked me to check in by holding the steering wheel. Maybe it's just me, but I had to grip the steering wheel tightly and give it a little tug before the message would go away. Certainly not a natural quick grab of the steering wheel and somewhat uncomfortable. I then decided to try using my leg/knee, much as we do when we need our hands free for a moment, thus using your leg/knee to steer. This worked amazingly well. Just lifted my leg/knee up to the wheel with a quick nudge and the "Hold the Wheel" message immediately disappeared. Apparently it was able to detect the nudge coming from behind and below the wheel much easier than my fingers grabbing the wheel itself. Plus it's a much more natural motion that isn't quite as aggravating. I'm hoping Elon will loosen up on this restriction and this every 1-3 minutes thing really takes away from the enjoyment of Auto-Pilot. Or how about a voice activated reply? "I'm still here", let the car hear that and clear the message.