I am really beginning to wonder if the Tesla-driving community in general is capable of handling lane keeping and other autopilot features when Tesla releases them. Don't get me wrong--I really want them! And I think the vast majority of us will use the features exactly as designed, will use them safely, and that they will enhance our driving experiences. But when I see all the confusion that exists already over the few autopilot and safety features we have now, I really have to wonder. Read some of the posts in this thread if you question what I'm referring to: 3 day old import P85D crashed while using TACC There are a great many Tesla drivers--members of this community, who in general are going to be better educated about features and their cars than the "average" Tesla driver--who are pretty darn confused about the various features and how they work and when they should and shouldn't be used. If members of this community can be this confused, how confused might the "average" Tesla driver be? It has been suggested that one reason Tesla is not enabling "regular" cruise control when TACC is not available is because it would confuse people, and they may rely on TACC functionality that is not present. I'll buy that. If that's the case, how much more confusing is it going to be for the people who might be confused by that, and for the people already clearly confused by the features we already have, when Tesla adds lane keeping into the mix? Again, I am not making an argument against getting these features. I want them, and I know most of us will use them properly. I'm just terrified about what could happen with the people that won't, and how that could affect Tesla and the future of the autopilot features.