Recently had the oil and brake fluid changed at my dealership on my 2009 R55 (with 44K mileage), as well as having a JCW Tuning Kit installed (as long as the dealer keeps doing oil/filter changes/disposal with a quick diagnostic inspection for $70, I'll keep letting them). When I picked the car up, I was surprised to see the Service Interval reading "7000 Miles To Next Service". It also gave me a date six months out. Because that's my normal oil change interval (and has been with this dealer for the last two years, I thought maybe the dealership had adjusted it based upon experience (or new recommendations). But the startup "countdown" was rapid, roughly 10:1 to actual miles traveled. After a month, and about 800 miles of travel, the countdown said "120 miles" the other morning. Two miles later, the Brake Service Light came on, even though the dealership checked rear pads at the oil change and they showed 5.5 mm pad depth (3 mm being the point that the wear sensor usually kicks in). New front pads and rotors were installed 3000 miles ago. Visual inspection of the rear pads (outer) shows plenty of pad left, but I haven't looked at the rear inner pads yet (or the sensor) for various reasons having to do with cold/wet weather and work schedule. Odd coincidence, or does the service interval countdown also trigger the brake check light independent of the brake wear sensor? Anyone experience anything similar? Because I seem to notice (paranoia does grow owning a MINI) that the fuel gauge has gone back to its old exponential reading that we finally corrected with anew sender and a flash just prior to the car's warranty ending (2+ gallons used before the first fuel bar goes out, with 6 gallons gone at 3 bars, and when the Fuel Low warning comes on ["60 Miles"], there's about half a gallon of fuel left!), I suspect that the older JCW ECU update corrupted the car's system.