I just read part of the article and found the following below pretty interesting. I normally keep 1 hand on the wheel. But with the Cadillac I would be forced to keep hands OFF the wheel and CR feels this is SAFER. I wish the people that say you have to have 2 hands on the wheel to be SAFER would read this and give their opinion. 1. Do you feel CR is just crazy. And really not a good source for this kind of information? 2. The Cadillac is simply so far advanced then Tesla AP that there is no way they could get into an accident and ever need to put there hands on the wheel "quickly". CR is starting to change my mind. Or maybe Cadillac's implementation could cause more accidents because if a real emergency the driver would not be able to take over quick enough. Call me confused...... Drivers will want to keep their hands off of the wheel, because if they don't, they could inadvertently turn Super Cruise off. The system understands that when the driver puts pressure on the steering wheel, the driver's intent is to change lanes, or take control. A driver resting his hands on the wheel while Super Cruise is engaged will only confuse the system.