We know we've covered some of this before, but it behooved us to mention the pretty balanced overview of car electronics that's over at Wired News. It seems that as systems become more reliable, mechanical problems have mostly faded into the background only to be replaced by electronic ones due to the bleeding-edge technology being put into many new cars these days. While we certainly wouldn't want our cars to completely bug out and try to drive off a cliff or something, it's understandable that these new technologies will have some glitches that need ironing out. That's the price you pay for being an early adopter. The really funny part of this is that it's the rich who are being subjected to these problems, as they're the only ones who can afford the expensive cars that using these buggy systems.