So, got my car yesterday but already have 100+ miles of Autopilot under my belt. I really like the speed adaptation, and the lane-holding when things are straight is a little wobbly but passable. The thing I really don't like is how it behaves around bends, especially when there's traffic. If, hyptothetically, the X is 6 feet wide, and the lane is 10 feet wide, it feels like when going around a bend in the road, the car leaves 3 feet of space on the inside of the bend (to the right of the car in a right-hand bend) and only about 1 foot of space on the outside. This is a really unnerving feeling, and if I were somebody alongside in the lane to the left of the autosteered car, I'd be unnerved there too. Maybe it's the racer in me, but I like to take the "inside line", always looking for the apex, and from a safety POV - when you're in the inside of the bend, you could theoretically straighten out the wheel for a bit to deal with something, and still stay in your lane, whereas if you're already running on the outside, there's a lot less margin before you're crossing into the next lane over. A couple times I inadvertently wrestled control away from autosteer because of how close to the outside of the lane a line choice it was making. Anybody else experience this? Am I too sensitive? Is this something that's changed in character through the software versions? Car is on 2018.24.1.