Automatics are so much less complicated to drive, I can't imagine it would be easy to switch from auto to manual.
Trying to recall a never shopping there again story to help us back on track but most of my recent retail experiences have been positive.
I did stop shopping for clothes at David Jones (DJs, a big high end department store) a while back, the nearest location anyway.
Their fitting rooms have solid doors, no gaps at floor level so you can't tell if someone is in there unless you knock or call out first. Unfortunately not everyone thinks to do that and the doors to the fitting rooms do not lock.
Every time I tried on clothes there, someone tried to barge in without knocking, the last time hitting me in the back. Ouch! Plus the embarrassment of fending off the intrusion while semi-dressed.
I wrote to DJs and suggested they put locks on the doors there. Nope. That would encourage shoplifters apparently.
Since I don't feel comfortable trying on clothes there, they also get a nope from me. Nowhere else seems to have the same issue, so there are plenty of other places to take my money.