Just completed 1,200 mile round trip on interstates (95 and 16) and excellent secondary roads in FL, GA and SC. My car is new, as in 3 weeks and 1,200 miles, Model S, 100D. My previous car was a 2016 Model S 90D that I drove for 34,000 miles and 3 years. When using cruise control and auto steer I noticed an annoying tendency when passing cars or cars entering my lane in front of me, for the system to monetarily apply the brakes. Like a brief "tap" on the brake pedal. Almost as if the car thought it needed to slow down, then immediately changed its mind. So I set the following distance to 1 and acceleration warning to OFF. Same behavior. Enabling auto steer seemed to have no effect, in fact, it was more annoying. This even happened when cars entered my lane in front as far ahead as about 4X the following distance setting. Almost as if the radar spots a car in front, the cameras do too, think its a problem and applies the brakes but the radar decides its OK and overrides the braking. Has anyone experienced this? Software version "2019.8.3 da116a6" Just received an update to version "2019.8.5 3aaa23d" but have yet driven the car. The release notes were the same as the previous update which is what usually happens when Tesla tweaks the code to fix bugs. Other than this weird behavior, the auto pilot lane change is way smoother than in the old car with gen 1 autopilot hardware.