Ok, we all know that when our Buicks sit in the garage for a while, that we should pull the ecm wire, fire it up for a bit to get the oil moving then reconnect the ecm and start it. I remember reading a study on engine wear analysis (by bmw maybe) that was going over the wear caused from start ups only, and got to wondering last night. How come all cars don't have a little feature that delays the firing of the plugs for a few seconds before start up? You know, something where we turn the key & hold it and the engine cranks for like say 4 seconds before firing? If a lot of our engine wear comes from starting it after a while, wouldn't this feature cut down on a boatload of additional wear?