Anyone else shocked at the pricing? I was hopeful that the M3 would achieve at least level 4 autonomy, so from that standpoint I'm ecstatic..but with a 13-15K options budget, 8K for autonomy is a tough pill to swallow -- especially with most of the speculation from users here pegging AP on the M3 to be equal or less than the S/X prior to yesterday's announcement. Obviously, the better hardware comes at a cost, but sticker shock is definitely present. It kinda sucks too that they gouge you to add software features later. I mean, I could see $100-200 bucks additional to turn a feature on after purchase, but the hardware is already there. A $2000 premium over the retail cost for an over the air upgrade is nuts. I know tesla has done this for some time now, but with making an 'affordable' car, they really should keep their new market in mind with these updates. I'm sure many who want a feature-rich car would prefer to get features that are difficult or impossible to update later when configuring and add things like AP2 as the updates bring features that make it worthwhile to them. This is making it difficult for me, with a somewhat reasonable budget. Those in the $42K estimated average M3 range must REALLY be struggling. I wouldn't doubt that it could be a deal breaker many whose major reason for buying the car is the idea of having AP.