Okay, old hat to AP1 owners, but for a new AP2 owner, I finally got a feel for, and appreciation of, Auto Steer today... Given I have not traveled on any roads where doing less than 50 MPH without causing a major accident, I've only been able to use TACC up to now. I have had far too many false events with TACC that my trust using it on unfamiliar highways is as a low point. Today I check the local traffic conditions for my wife's commute, and see there's a major backup on the PA Turnpike Westbound! Battery pack is cold so the little charging it got in the 20 minutes I kicked the charge rate up wasn't enough to help much with regen, but off I went. Not that it should matter, but heading West into a 25-30 MPH headwind, gusting over 50 MPH at times was, at these low speeds, not a factor. I did however feel the wind trying at times to push me into the other lane, but AS worked well. Never felt what I'd call major truck lust, but frankly was too engaged trying to see the big picture that truck lust wasn't an observed issue today. While I only drove a 4 mile stretch before turning off and headed back home, over the 10 minute drive I only had to respond to the "hold the wheel" nag a few times, even though I had one hand lightly holding the wheel at all times. From dead stops, to maybe 45 MPH, the car handled itself very well. Only complaint I had was it took a little longer than I would have in slowing down or coming to a full stop, which was rather abrupt. Could have been a regen issue, but I'm not sure. For reference, this was on 17.5.28. I shot a boring 10 minute video with my phone, but see no need to upload it as it was unremarkable. Tesla: Next speed bump for AP2 welcomed. Please.