No, not a Mod S driving into a school yard and chasing down screaming children. But rather the risk that it seems certain that Tesla won't be the first to have an autonomous car used by civilians. The slow speed urban taxi, the Google Car, is the doable subset of full autonomous driving. What happens to TSLA valuation when the herds searching for the new, new thing shifts the "Goggle Car"? Is an EV with a steering wheel the next generation? Or is it the last chapter of the old way of transportation? Watching the 1/2 video posted early this morning of a v7.0 drive, I was struck with the enormity of the auto drive problem. I was struck with the thought, as a software developer, I would much rather approach the problem from a low speed vehicle in a defined environment. As an investor, I would like a chart of the antacid and benzodiazepine consumption of the Tesla autonomous software development team. That video freaked me out.