I've driven performance vehicles all of my life. Before getting the BMW Z4 I drive now, I drove a Mustang GT and before that a Kawasaki ZX-10R. While I've always owned a fast vehicle, I'm smarter than to push the vehicles to its limits on a public roadway. I usually drive 5-10 mph over the limit on the highway (as most of us do) to avoid people's blinds spots and to drive with a focus on the traffic in front of me instead of towards my sides (like most motorcyclists do). I provide this perspective because I am someone drives cautiously and not with intention to set a new land speed record or cut and weave in and out of traffic. I'm a driving enthusiast but am not a fan of inattentive drivers. Because I know how upset I get when I'm cut off or nearly hit by someone who's more focused on their instagram posts than the road in front of then, my main question is this... For those of you that currently have Autopilot in your Model S or have test-driven Autopilot and been cut off or nearly hit by someone, is the anger/road rage that you experience gone since the car is in control and deals with it, do you still experience those same emotions just on a lesser scale, or have you experienced no change to your emotional reaction?