Got mine today. Black on black. The salesman said, "all the Raptor guys carry those devices around and swear by them." He didn't know much about what they can and can't do, but I learned that the engine stop had to be turned off every time as the helpful poster above clarified. I would like the mirrors to retract when locked (my current car does that and it also a great visual indicator that it is locked as I am old and forget when I am walking away whether i hit the lock or not). I had to buy a 2017 Raptor to drive one, so i was withholding final judgement until I actually got to drive it. 20 miles later, I like what I see, hear and feel. My kids love it, and the super crew has tons of room in the back for them. On my first day, I didn't mine the engine shut off, but time will tell if that bugs me. I have had lane shift warnings on 2 cars, and that does bug me because I don't signal when I change lanes if no one is around and I never drive long enough to fall asleep at the wheel and I generally pay attention when I am driving. Sounds like I need to get on board with these Hex Codes and access devices, and I need to go find some off road terrain. Shouldn't be a problem where I live. Love the fact that I can lock it or start it from the app. I didn't learn about that until they were giving me the exit demo after I bought it. I need a bed liner too, and will search here to find out what is best in that regard. Glad there are forums like this and it was good to see the passion that Raptor owners share for these vehicles.