Anyone besides me noticing the flashes of light from headlights of other vehicles behind your car when you're driving at night, especially on a freeway? The rear view mirror and also the side mirrors all have the same beveled edge where they've trimmed the edge down but in so doing, there's no tinting on the glass in the beveled area, which means as you drive and go over the slightest bump or rough road surface, and the car rises or drops a tiny bit, the lights of all the vehicles behind you go up or down by a corresponding tiny bit -- the result being that some of those headlights briefly FLASH brightly in the untinted beveled-edge region of the mirror, sometimes many times over the course of a minute. It's a nonstop phenomenon, very distracting and I believe fatiguing. Sure, the mirrors might look nicer with those trimmed edges, but I have to assume it's purely a fancy look and not a functional design. Because at night it is nothing but a hassle. Just got back from a 1000+ mile drive, much of it at night, and I experienced this constantly. Anyone else?