I’ll happily continue to live in reality while you continue to embrace multiple conditionals to support your delusional opinion that AP2 “works just great”. Your amazement is your own business. I’ll include a test at the end. But first, this: As for your conditional of staying near the speed limit, the AS default, as you well know, is 5mph over the speed limit, provided that the speed limit used by AP2’s AS is not erroneously entered in the database upon which it relies (since silent E-AP2 doesn’t yet use one of its 4-8 available cameras to read or react to speed limit signs as does... AP1 since late 2014/early 2015). Surely, 5mph over the speed limit as a default would be sufficient to prove your case, except it does not. With regularity, *especially* around curves, AP2 will meander across lane markers with both regularity and enthusiasm. It also *still* gets uncomfortably close to concrete barriers while in the HOV lanes. Again, I’ll stick with actual reality, in which AP2 remains neither at parity with AP1 nor ready for prime time. AP2 also regrettably remains a competitive *liability* in its present state, relative to the oncoming hordes (read that, competition) until (hopefully) v9.1 this Fall/Winter gives us *maybe* some relief/further edge via the utilization of more cameras, better code, and better HD mapping. I’d like to think Tesla’s lead in AP remains as insurmountable as its lead in global infrastructure, but... it’s about to get crowded. Here’s the test: *At this time*, would you feel comfortable letting a less-experienced family member use AP2 in anything other than the extremely vanilla conditions partially alluded to by your multiple conditionals? It’s not a trick question.