While I do love my new PiP, I'm sorely disappointed in the mediocre implementation of electronics: 1. In my Gen II 2007 Prius, I could get to the GPS with one click of an on-wheel button. On the 2012 PiP, I often have to click the APP button, then GPS, and confirm if it's the first use of the day. How it SHOULD BE: There should be a soft button on the steering wheel; the soft button could be user-configured to bring you to any of the apps, including GPS, with one tap of the button. I would set it to GPS, but others might use it for one of the other apps. 2. Entune doesn't work with the iPhone without tethering; this is supposed be on Toyota's fix list; I hope it arrives soon. 3. No matter what I try, I find myself using the ICE on the smallest of hills sometimes, unless I drive 15 MPH. The POWER button seems to make little or no difference at all. It's extremely annoying. 4. The charge port should be on the DRIVER side, not the passenger side; my preference would be below the front left wheel well, where it was located on the prototype. 5. The charge timer implementation is awful; to begin with, why did they put those 3 little buttons on the dash? Why is the timer switch not configurable in the nav display, where it SHOULD be? Second, why would I *ever* want to use the TIMER END option? So that I can use the circuit for something else at a specified time? I can't see ever using it; instead, I would suggest two timer ranges, both with a START and END time; I would use one at night, one in the morning after bringing my son to school. I should have the option to make the timers always in use; this could be in the SETTINGS area along with setting the timers' start and end times. If I wanted, I could have the timers always in use unless I were to turn one or both off--which should be doable using a single TIMER button that would display each of the two timer ranges. Inside the charge door, the lighted button should toggle between timers ON and timers OFF. Move the timer buttons into the SETTINGS area of the display. Those 3 cheesy buttons look to me like some sort of half-baked afterthought. 6. I would love NOT to have the spoiler in the middle of the back window; I disliked it with my 07 Prius, and don't care for it on this one either. Granted, I'm used to it, but would love NOT to have to look at it. 7. Get rid of the reverse beep altogether, or put it OUTSIDE the car! I have mine changed so that it only beeps once, but what's the point of a beep inside the car? To tell me I'm going backwards? If I need a beep to tell me which direction I'm driving, then I probably need to be in the passenger seat. On the other hand, if there were an exterior backup warning, that might not be such a bad idea for all vehicles. 8. If I could choose, I'd want electric seats over seat warmers, but that's just me. My biggest complaint in all of this is the rather clunky implementation of the electronics package. As someone who writes software for a living, I'm more aware than most of user interfaces, and in my opinion, the Prius' electronics UI reminds me of Windows XP--and that's not a compliment. Engineers should have given more thought to the number of presses it takes to get somewhere in the electronics, especially since the driver is most often the person having to deal with it. GPS should be one button-click away, and no daily function should be more than 2.