That's why you take multiple shots of everything, and at the end keep the good ones.
Looking at this one, I can tell it wasn't because you weren't holding it steady, it simply is because you didn't adjust the focus properly (or the camera didn't 'auto-adjust' properly, if you don't have manual settings), I mean, just look at top right corner, you can see it's misfocused right there.
Motion blur doesn't show up the same way anyhow.
I don't know how your parents could deal with the revised steering wheel, by the way. It weighs less than the previous one making the car feel even more disconnected than it was and toyish, not to mention that it feels plasticy as hell. However, the gearing and styling updates were welcomed.
My mom's 05 still has the incredibly annoying column knocking issue that's been reported for 05's and 04's. Seems the fix didn't last long... For a know issue.
I'm starting to lose faith in GM's 'reliability turnaround' (who knows, maybe we've just been unlucky, bah - all the issues we got with our 99 U-Body were expected but I wasn't expecting the T250 and Epsilon to have so many issues in their first year or two), but as long as the cars run I'm not exactly bothered. Sure, it's frustrating when all your electrics go away, but hey, if the drivetrain's still going good. Of course it's not like this for everyone, though... Not to mention that these issues end up costing GM (under the new warranty program)... That bumper of mine that broke because of the freeze this Winter for one (what the hell? I thought they were testing them up north for stuff like this >_>).