For those of us with the ambient lighting, blue might not be our preference, but what can you do? Change it! This thread will give you most of the information you need to change the color/intensity of the overhead ambient lighting.
Step 1: Remove the map light lenses
Use a small screwdriver to GENTLY push and pry the lenses off.
Step 2: Release the center section clips
Using the small screwdriver, GENTLY pry the four clips circled in red while pulling down on the center section. NOTE: This is best done with the map lights off. They get very hot.
It will look like this.
Step 3: Disconnect the wiring harnesses
Insert the screwdriver into the clips on the wiring harnesses. They will be in the areas circled in red. If you can't figure this out, I suggest you put everything back together right now. Lol...
Step 4: Remove the "ambient light backplate" aka "the black cover thing".
Use the screwdriver to release the clips. There is one on the left and one on the right. The cover should just come off after that.
Step 5: Unplug the ambient lighting harness, desolder the stock LED, and solder the new LED.
You should see three components on the board. One is obviously the LED. It appears to be a standard 3mm flat-top. This means it probably has a fairly wide viewing angle, so the replacement should as well. The other items are a resistor and (most likely) a zener diode. I haven't measured the resistor, but it looks like a 470 ohm 1/4 watt +/-5% unit. If you get a LED compatible with that, it's just a LED swap. Otherwise, it's a LED and resistor swap. You shouldn't have to swap the zener diode. Correct me if I'm wrong!
I'll probably be swapping the resistor too, just to be safe. I'm ordering my replacements from China, along with several other LED's for v3.0 of my third brake light, but they won't be in for a while. I'll update this once I do the swap. I'm going with red, btw. The door handles and floor lighting will be swapped as well. and I might do a write-up for them when the time comes.