I was attempting a touch and go today in the TBM with a fairly benign 8 knot quartering headwind. Easy enough right. Opposite rudder and upwind wing down for a nice touchdown. Now here’s the problem. I had to release the rudder momentarily to retract the flaps to the takeoff position. (because the selector uses the same thumb) All of a sudden the airplane goes zipping across the runway and into the grass. Because I had already powered up for the “Go” part, I was seeing the imminent violation of taxiing to fast. I yanked it into the air with the stall warning horn going off but transitioned easy enough. It just got me thinking about the placement of the selector button. Could it be put on the left side near the throttle? Just a question to see if it even matters to anyone else.