I recently bought my S. Initially I wondered if I should shell out the extra cash for a 2014 with AutoPilot features but the difference in price was a solid $15,000 for an otherwise identical car and I opted not to. It seemed like a lot of money for what at the time amounted to a parlor trick, something cool to show your friends. If I'm being honest, regularly reading this forum has given me confidence in that decision but I wonder if I'm being fair with that assessment. From the perspective of someone without an AP car simply reading these forums, it appears AutoPilot was sold to people as a suite of features that would be rolled out one by one as programming/ testing allowed. What has followed is apparently a mish-mosh of parts of those features showing up, not always working properly and in many cases creating a whole new set of problems. Is that the case? Those of you that specifically sold your classic S to pick up an AP car, do you feel it was an upgrade worth making? What about the talk of the 2.0 sensor suite? Does that concern you guys? Speaking as an owner of a classic, a common complaint is that Tesla is basically ignoring the original cars with respect to software updates and simply concentrating on the AP cars. Do you guys worry that Tesla has started concentrating on that second suite of sensors and might concede that certain features originally advertised might not ever be delivered on this sensor suite? Speaking of which... Will those features ever be delivered? Summoning the car in and out of a space you're directly aligned with is, let's face it, all but useless for 99% of people out there however stopping in front of a store, telling your car to go find a space and then summoning it back to you when you're ready to leave, that's useful. Am I right in my understanding that this was something that was advertised? Will it be delivered? What about problems with the cars following exits? Is this something that can even be fixed with this sensor suite? I guess I'm trying to determine if people feel that the what they got is what they were promised. You can hit up the poll or add your comments. Please understand, I have no positive or negative association with Auto-Pilot nor am I trying to justify buying a non-AP car. The $15,000 savings was justification enough for me.