So I noticed this today - AP 2.0 let me activate it on a barely marked two lane road (I'll take pics later) in suburban/almost rural central Wisconsin where AP 1.0 never would. Not sure if AP 2.0 has been willing to do this for some time but I just noticed it today. It also negotiated a quite severe left hand curve on this same barely marked two lane road that I thought would make it fly off the road. I tested it very early in the am with no other cars around and I was ready to grab the wheel in case we weren't going to make it. Quite the pucker factor but it swerved away from the dirt at the last moment and kept me on the tarmac. This now marks the third situation where 2.0 has exceeded 1.0's performance for me personally: 1 - 2.0 successfully handles merging/narrowing freeway lanes, whereas 1.0 would sometimes drift outside the clearly marked outside lane markers into the shoulder. 2 - 2.0 has successfully negotiated a construction zone with poorly painted, confusing lines between Madison and Stevens Point where 1.0 gave me the "take over" warning. 3 - 2.0 now negotiates an almost rural, barely marked two lane road where 1.0 would not activate. 2.0 is still, to be fair, not as smooth in its driving experience as 1.0.