This is mostly in reference to the late models of the Camry and Prius. While my PT Cruiser has been in shop a few times, the last two instances I was assigned Toyotas to drive. My warranty covers the use of the rentals while my car's in the shop for warrantied repairs. So, with the Camry, I had it a few days. And, during those few days, I lost count of the number of times my accelerator foot would slip off the accelerator pedal. Something about the way the foot well is designed would guide the heel of my foot to a point where the pedal would slide off the end of my shoe. This happened at least somewhere between 25-30 times during the few days I drove that car. Now, my PT is back in the shop since this past Tuesday night and, on Wednesday I was assigned a late model Prius. This car has some really nice features and does handle very well. But, once again, it's just like the Camry where the foot well is concerned. At least a dozen times over the past few days, I've had exactly the same thing happen. This doesn't work out very well if you actually want to GO anywhere. And, while I don't have huge feet, my 9 1/2 size foot should be well within the scope of being able to keep my foot on the gas. At least I'd like to think so, anyway! And, having been driving now for nearly 48 YEARS, this is the first time I've had something like this happen. So, it's definitely not ME at fault here. Any Toyota owners here? What has been your experience?