Anyone notice that many new cars and trucks are being sold without rear center headrests? When did this start and frankly, what the heck? In an era when more and more electronic safety aids are being added, as well as ever-increasing airbag counts, this seems like a big omission. And there's no rhyme or reason to which have them and which don't. The Sonata and Passat do; but the new Camry and Accord don't. The F-150 does; but the Silverado does not. Maybe it's because my eight year old likes the rear center seat (better forward visibility to stave off car sickness), but it seems to me that any seat that has a seat belt should have a head rest...at least in four door family cars. I nearly bought an Impala as my next car until I noticed this issue, which sadly is a deal breaker. Anyone else ever noticed this? Anyone else care?