I'm considering sticking with 7.1 until the dust settles on 8.0. As far as I can see, most of the updates are to reduce Tesla's liability. The new nag function is detailed on Electrek.co: "Here’s a comprehensive breakdown: Below 45 mph ‘Hold Steering Wheel’ alert after 5 minutes on a straight road. If there are curves on the road, the system accounts for lateral acceleration so refer to over 45 mph. Over 45 mph ‘Hold Steering Wheel’ alert after 1 minute if no vehicle to follow. ‘Hold Steering Wheel’ alert after 3 minutes if you are tracking a car in front If you ignore 3 alerts within an hour, the Autosteer feature will be disabled for the remainder of the drive – meaning you will have to put the car on park before being able to enable it again." The "improvements" I see mostly relate to safety / liability concerns at a cost to daily use: - protection against leaving your child / daughter in a hot car (sorry, but meh.) - improved use of radar to identify stationary objects (but no improvement to camera recognition of lane marker, the primary weakness) - basically requiring the hands on the wheel (reminder every 60 sec? really? functionally WAY below what I have now) -minor UI and media player updates (wasted time that could have been spent on CarPlay implementation) If I had a car on order right now, that is going to have 8.0 when it arrives, I would be a little upset (a lot?) that it's going to offer much less convenience than the vehicle I test drove before ordering. Thought? Anyone else hanging onto 7.1 for now.