Hi I picked up my yeti yestreday at long last (5 month wait). Big problem at the dealer though, because I wanted the plates attached with signam adhesive pads rather than screws I was given what I thought was a single key to go and fit them myself (dealer forbiden by his boss from doing so). It had been raining so I unlocked the car and spread out my stuff in the boot, fitted the front one with no problems, then went to the rear. All going well, Ipressed the back plate home with the boot semi-latched then went to get my stuff out of the car and it had locked itself. I asked the dealer to "zap it" with the second key to be told they were both joined together locked in the boot.NEW OWNERS BEWAREthese cars lock themselves and the dealer may not warn you. I admit it was my fault the key was inside the boot, but as far as I was concerned the car was unlocked. The dealer did not have a spare key, did not have the code to program another and was completely unable to do anything. The RAC were called but although they have some sort of gun which opens cars it does not work on a Yeti as it deadlocks itself. Because the boot was not fully latched the RAC man spent over an hour with a piece of very stiff wire fed through the partially latched bootlid and managed to hookthe keys,drag them to the side of the boot and then press the release button on the fob. The other alternatives were tosmash a window, or order another key from the factory which takes up to five days. You have been warned !!!! I could not leave a door open because it was raining.