This is the dash cam movie for the posting I made last week. I held off posting this until I heard back from Tesla, but it appears they don't want to talk to me about it. I'm posting this so everyone can see what happens if you rely too much on its collision avoidance software. It can fail you when you need it the most, so pay attention at ALL times. In this case Autopilot did just fine for an hour of driving, luring me into a false sense of security. So much so that I dozed off for a few seconds. (Autopilot detected this and said "Now we got him!" and steered me right into the barrels. J/K.) With all the phantom braking events I have experienced it does seem like it could have offered a little beep or something. But nothing. Hit the barrels at 75mph. I, being human, failed to maintain vigilance. Just like the software did.