I have the 2018 Raptor. I have the easy entry/exit feature (or whatever it's called) enabled. When I turn off the engine, the driver seat does move back a tiny bit (the manual says 2 inches but it seems less than that). Anyway, 2 inches just isn't enough for me. I keep a gun on my side and when I slide in, my gun sometimes nicks the steering wheel if I'm not really careful. Now, I hesitate to bring it up on this forum but . . . I owned a 2015 Corvette that I hated to sell but I needed a truck and couldn't afford both. Anyway, the driver seat in that car moved back about 4 inches when the ignition was switched off - which was really nice. My Raptor has MUCH more room to move back but it only moves back 2 inches? If Chevy can do it, Ford can do it. The question is, will Ford re-program our software so the seat moves back farther (about 4 inches total) when the ignition is switched off (and stays back until the ignition is switched back on or the engine restarted)? Ford, are you out there? Can you help me out?