Totally fine; I know I'm being contrarian too Which part are you saying is not -- that temp "Lo" with AC off brings in outside air without heating it (I'm pretty sure that's the case, but someone with a thermometer to put in the vent stream and colder outside temps than I have now can verify), or that the climate controls are inconvenient? I should have said "I find them inconvenient"; I know some people are fine with them and that most new cars, at least at the higher trims, have similar controls. For me, one of 2 things would be all I need -- having the "AC" control as a physical button with lighted indicator, as it is on most other cars I've owned, or having separate "Heat" and "Cool" temperatures that I could leave alone. When it's say 65 in the morning I don't want the car blasting the expensive electric heat to get to 70 (don't even heat our house that much), and if I spin the temp down I don't want it using AC to cool it down; I just want fresh air. I'd probably set Cool to 70 and Heat to 55-60. When I get a chance I'll start a new thread on this, as it's diverging a bit from the OP's issue and I'm looking forward to learning better ways to use/live with it! In a car like this where we're a bit obsessed about exact energy consumption (every post that compares GOM numbers) because the EV range is close to our daily use (which is fine, that's why I bought it because it's a pretty close optimization), knowing when and how much energy heat and AC are consuming is useful. For example, we know EV range goes down when it's cold -- how much of that is due to inherent battery usage characteristics at temperature (which we can't control much) and how much due to using increasing amounts of cabin heat the colder it gets (which we have some control over by dressing more warmly, wearing gloves, using seat heater etc more with cabin heat set lower/off, optimizing which part of the trip uses the engine thus generating heat there if going beyond range anyway, etc).