First impressions (took delivery about two weeks ago) ... great car, solid, quiet, well built, good mileage, but the infotainment system has (to quote the movie Tron) "More bugs than a bait store"
I've got 35 years of experience in software, including interactive systems, and teaching Android App Development and Embedded System Development (retired from industry to be a Professor). I sort of feel qualified, especially since I've written interactive graphics systems (oh, 20 years or so).
1) The system appears to be under powered for the tasks it's assigned
2) It appears to lose events off the event queue while it's busy with a task (i.e. you enter an input and the system loses the event) (see item 1).
3) Have mode confusion issues, like the backup camera display shows the alignment lines without the camera view, or the right mirror camera gets stuck on if you attempt to change the volume while turning (see item 2).
4) Doesn't play nice with Android phones. It appears that if the phone is busy, the info system gives up and never retries.
5) The GUI for navigating a USB drive is ... miserable: a completely flattened list of directories. If you have a lot of music, arranged like most iTunes->USB programs will arrange them (/playlist/artist/album), it's very, very hard to scroll through the music to find what you want. The file system is hierarchical for a reason.
6) Boot up takes over 20 seconds. If you get in the car, start it, and try to back out of the garage, it's not ready to show you the rear-view camera (see item 1).
7) Goes off to "never never land" (as we used to call it in our software) ... the screen goes blank, and then several queued actions start processing (see items 1 and 2). This leads to things like runaway volume changes. I parked the car with the radio loud, got in with my wife and when I started the car it was too loud, and I couldn't get the volume to change until the system got through booting.
8) The volume control is far, far too sensitive to up/down swipes.
9) If a tire is low, tell me which one ... seriously. TPMS came on today. I checked all of the tires, no problem. Finally remembered to check the spare 48 psi vs 60 psi spec.
10) Auto recalibrate. Why does our 2007 CRV automatically clear a TPMS error, but the 2016 Civic won't? Is it because it allows auto-training (which is nice, I think it means I can change my own snow tires) ... but still.
Maybe some of these are things I can configure. I've spent some time fiddling with controls, but have probably missed a lot of things.
I can honestly say I love the car, but I'm starting to wish I had my 2005 Odyssey's radio back, with volume that resets to a low level on power off and with my after-market auxiliary input and bluetooth->rca adapter.