When I sat down with the general manager in May, and made the good deal that I have coming up, I had no doubts about getting the car. I told him then that I didn't have to trade my G - at the time it had only about 38,000 miles, though it was more than six years old. Besides style, comfort and performance, the big plus has been the reliability, and the clincher was that it would be a hybrid. I just didn't have a valid reason to buy it, otherwise. If you members think that YOU'RE frustrated with the technology, put yourself in my shoes. Long-time members here know my opinion of the excess technology, and my difficulty in dealing with it, even when it's working perfectly. Right now, I can't possibly see myself driving the Q50, all the while wondering when things are going to stop working. Now, I'm not going to be using the phone or the myriad apps, except that the sound system HAS to work with no possibility of a freeze. I've never used a navigation system, so it isn't important to me, but just the idea that it will become useless is one more thing that has me turned off. The same goes for the safety things, such as the back-up camera. I have continued to hope that these issues would be fixed by the time I got the car. And I hated the idea of getting my deposit back and looking elsewhere later, because of the deal that I've negotiated, which I know I won't be able to get with someone else. So, in a way, I'm glad my car is still out there in "the cloud." I've got to figure out what to do when it DOES hit the dealership.