Now this makes sense. At the SEMA show in Vegas this week, Visteon is crowing about its dockable in-car DVD system. It functions as a rear-seat entertainment system when in the car, or you can unlatch the entire unit, and it becomes a standard portable DVD player you can use on a plane, in a hotel room, wherever. This is a system that could address that hesitancy new car buyers have about in-car video systems that tend to be very pricey options, yet are usable only in the car and when you have someone in the backseat who actually wants to watch video. A dockable system such as this delivers many more usage cases for the same amount of investment.