my 2019 Touring appears to have two systems for recognizing drivers. One recognizes up to two drivers based on key fob or a button on the door and adjusts seats and mirrors. The other is camera based, supposed to recognize up to five drivers and set seats, mirrors, temperature, some display preferences and gas mileage for the specific driver. There is no indication that the two systems talk to one another. Seems like potential conflicts on the seats and mirrors. The camera system is also unreliable in my experience, failing to recognize me about 30-40% of the time. Often, if I just quickly open and close the door after it has failed to recognize me, it immediately recognizes me with no apparent scan time. Made me wonder if it was talking to the key fob. I have now set up two additional identities with their own baseline photo to see if it improves the odds of it recognizing me by one of them. Too early to tell if improvement, but it still misses me sometimes. When I open and close door, it often picks up the number 3 or 4 identity, so it must not be getting info from the fob. Manual says that if it fails to recognize you, you can go into the programming menu and tell it to do another scan. That is a lot of button pushing to get there. Not practical. There should be a single button push to tell it to do another scan or to just tell it who you are. For instance the two numbered buttons on the door could be tied to the first two drivers on camera system so that pushing one would tell the camera system who the driver is. Seems to me Subaru has some homework to do on this. Be nice if it would be possible to have a downloadable software upgrade to improve this.