Re: keyless start
We've found a big drawback with key-less start in our Mondeo Titanium X; after having the tyres changed my wife was driving back up the A1 at night when it started raining, the automatic wipers came on, something flew off in to the darkness and the wipers and axillary electrics went off. She stopped on the hard shoulder and turned the engine off to investigate, it then wouldn't turn back on - no key present.
It had been the keys which flew off! The mechanic had left them on the windscreen, which was close enough to start the car, but with recessed wipers, not noticeable from inside. As my wife never normally had to take her keys out from her handbag to start the car, and it started, she didn't realise anything amiss. I'd come in to work by train, so I had to get a lift from a colleague to rescue her with my keys from over an hour spent freezing wet hard shoulder on a winters night.
Although I blame Ford for a stupid design that lets this happen, I made sure that the garage paid for the replacement car and house keys. I also got them to change their policy of leaving the keys on the windscreen, and now explicitly hand them back to the customer.