OK.. so if the Jeep can tell where the keyfob is, with all of the magical detection zones and stuff, why the heck isn't there an option to have it automatically LOCK the doors when it the keyfob is no longer detected outside of the vehicle? It seems like such a natural feature... hell, I'd be happy if it just automatically locked 15 minutes after I turned it off, as long as the keyfob wasn't inside...
Having a Jeep Wrangler for the past 20 years (ohmygod that makes me feel old) has conditioned me to not lock the doors, since replacing the radio/contents is a LOT cheaper than replacing a soft-top and/or windows. I can't count how many times I'll come up to my JGC and realize I forgot to lock it. Ugh.
I heard rumors that there's a "hidden feature" on a lot of the newer Dodge models that WILL automatically lock when the keyfob moves away from the vehicle. It has to be done by the dealer through their programmer gizmo, since it's not on the EVIC, but the software code is in there. I kind of assume the WK2 has the same computer system as the newer Dodges -- at least it looks identical from the few I played around in while I was waiting for my dealer to fix my radio a few weeks back..