I'm just sayin the easy knobs are gone, we have advanced to a geeky world. Maybe I'm showing my age, I'm 68. I did not grow up with a joystick in my hand and never even played Packman. The cell phones even leave me without much intrigue. As Joe Walsh said as an album title, "I'm an Analog man". I do not even think of talking dirty to Alexa or fantasize what she looks like.I get that. I guess I just see that as a very specific thing that any manufacturer without analog odometers would also have. My 2017 Tacoma TRD Pro (a dinosaur compared to a Rivian) had a digital odometer but it rounded up to only whole numbers, so in either case I would just have to figure that one out on the fly or get more specific instructions from the person I was visiting. Also, after I visit them once I then know which driveway it is and don't need to be told again.