Has anyone come across this problem? My Pilot now has 1500 miles and that's enuf time to find out the issues. One major issue I have is that the driver side mirror has an insufficient wide view. The result is that there is a blind spot on the drivers side. I like to adjust the side mirror so that just as a car on the passing lane dissappears in front of the rear pillar as seen in the rear view mirror, the nose of the passing car shows up in the side view mirror and stays in view until the nose of the car shows up in my periperial vision to the side of the car. On the Pilot, if you cannot adjust the mirror to this situation. EIther you can see the car when it dissappears from the rear view mirror OR you can adjust it so you see it until it gets in your peripheral vision, but there is not enough field of view to do both. This is a safety issue because therefore there is a blind spot: either you must always look over your shoulder prior to changing lanes or you must keep track of cars behind you. So far, I have missed twice from swiping someone. It usually occurs where a car is passing quickly, dissappears from the rear view mirror when I want to change lanes and then shows up next to me just as I am changing lanes. Are there stick on mirrors to increase the field of view? This is very annoying as this is the first car I have had with this safety issue.