Yes but maybe separate these features out so one can make the device less responsive to single button presses causing it to turn on and still allow you to use standby mode? Or another idea would be to make a new option to be able to cause it to enter hold mode after not being used for a set amount of user selected time? Would simply require holding down the button for a bit to unlock it then. Another idea would be to allow the operator to turn on hold mode that would turn the screen on when clicked but that would require something additional to unlock it. Maybe something like once pressed, you then turn the scroll wheel a set amount of clicks then it would unlock? Would be faster than holding it down for 3 seconds and would be easy for the operator to do but would generally prevent the button just being pressed in a pocket from unlocking the device. That seems easy to implement and something you could just turn on or off easily but would actually act as a somewhat reasonably hold mode.