I've read that Ford didn't want to drop all those mechanical buttons and switches that they believe we've come to know, love, expect and (apparently) demand. At the same time, they recognized the value (cool factor?) of automated controls (high beams, windshield wipers, etc) and the wonders of having a large tough screen that can be used to manage defaults and configurations. I can see why Ford did what they did. So lets talk 2025. How about we reduce complexity (and cost) by (as much as possible) 1) eliminating all the redundant methods for controlling accessories, and 2) enable simple voice commands whenever and where ever possible!. "FORD. OPEN THE FRUNK". "FORD, CLOSE THE TAILGATE". Keep the software buttons. Strengthen the phone app. Drop the mechanical buttons and associated mounting hardware, connectors, wires, fuses, complexity and CONFUSION. Make the user interface as simple as possible (but no simpler). BTW: I'm loving my lightening and am planning on jumping on getting the Gen2 version.