While the installation messaging is often only a screens-filling issue for the robo-mechanic, I feel like the action messaging on controller use and robot action initiation really limit the appeal of using either in roleplay. There is a ton of canned messaging spam for every minor action, it would be akin to a decker filling a room up with actions for their fingers flying across keys with every action on a grid terminal.
These are the feedback messages that I think are especially detracting from roleplay:
%N's fingers fly across the %controller, typing in a command.
%N wrestles with %p %controller momentarily as %s assumes control of a remote device.
%N begins to move suddenly with the click and whine of servos.
There is precedent already for electronic devices to be used with only a minimum of action messaging, and controllers must be held to be used so it's not as if this can be done secretly to begin with, so I think it would be a big improvement to clip some of the stock messaging so robots and riggers don't produce so much text spam in rooms.