I had an idea...I think either it would be an excellent feature, or a completely retarded one, I can't figure out which...it's 3 in the morning and I haven't gotten much sleep lately so help me out...
What if a detector had a secondary laser-detection mode...instead of just looking for 904nm, it only looks for 904nm on KNOWN pulse rates? That way it SHOULD reject neon taillights, Chevy Blazer taillights, adaptive cruise control, and sunlight reflections.
This might only work on the V1 (because it's the only one that has the complex optics that have demonstrated reliable LIDAR detection each time, every time), but at least for that detector, I think it could really take advantage of the superior laser detection and put it to use by killing falses entirely.
You'd certainly have to leave the normal laser detection mode available so that it would still be useful if new LIDAR guns are released (as with the TruSpeed or Traffipatrol), and this mode would only be "safe" for users who monitor the industry, as we do. But it seems like it could really improve the accuracy of the device for "power users" like us.