So far the only complaint I have is why in the world is there no way to pop trunk from inside the car besides remote and you have to kill the engine and remove the key to be able to do that.I don't get manufacturers doing things like that and only one place doors can be locked or unlocked without key fob. Also only one manual key lock and unlock drivers side only? Besides convenience have they not thought about when key fob batteries go dead or quit working? I like to have more than one way in, I've had locks quit working or freeze and had to enter from passenger side. I've also seen people break a key off in a lock. Also I've had occasions where in back seat and suddenly someone approaches car and you want all doors quickly locked. Might be a problem before passenger figures out control is on center dash and tries to reach it. Also how about giving us a locked fuel door so it's not so easy for someone to sabotage your car or steal your fuel. I just don't get why they thought it was a good idea to change these things? I have never had or known anyone who has had a trunk come open when they were driving unless it was not latched to begin with, is this really a safety need? Since I pick a lot of people up at the airport this safety feature is very annoying to me...