Sorry you aren't as happy with your vehicle as you had hoped. Maybe I can add some perspective here since I have 11k miles on mine. Keeping in mind that your original statement was regarding how you'd expect more from a $70k vehicle (which I agree with), take these comments as you will. I haven't experienced any of the issues you have listed besides a slight rattle (mine's in the passenger side door speaker) and the weather pop-ups (which I think you can disable). I can also add a few complaints of my own; sunroof not lying flat when closed (doesn't leak though), the beats audio is crap (should've stayed with the Alpine system), a damaged wheel on delivery (was replace), and the brembo brake dust is ridiculous. That said, you have to expect issues with ANY car. I traded in a 2010 Infiniti QX56 for this DSRT. While it was a solid vehicle, it had a couple rattles, the driver door closed with a rattling sound (not a thud), the infotainment center was horrible (couldn't even scroll the nearest restaurants option on the nav unless you stop moving, not helpful on the highway), had to "agree" to use the nav system (yet didn't offer an alternative), short wheelbase was uneasy over some bumps during curves in road, couldn't just set the climate control to circulate to avoid fumes from a truck, etc. And it was a $70k LUXURY vehicle. This is a high performance machine with some luxury aspects. I don't see where any of your complaints are big enough deals to get worried about. Annoying? Yes. But every car I've ever owned has it's quirks and I've owned Ford, Chevy, Honda, Nissan, Infiniti, Lexus, Toyota, Chrysler, Mazda, Hyundai, Ram, Dodge, Lincoln, and Buick. Just do what you can to fix the things that can be fixed and don't sweat the little things. If it just becomes too much, trade out of the lease when you can and hope the next vehicle is better.