Waiting on my new S 75 to be delivered end of this month. After reading the several posts on EAP and its current state, I really find it hard to justify paying for EAP on a lease. Perhaps it might make sense if you're buying. But if the full potential of EAP is only realized in another one year, what is point of spending the money now when leasing? It adds about $100/month to the lease. Here is my OA trying to sell it to me when I asked him this question. What do you folks think? Enhanced Auto Pilot is the safest form of driving on the road. For the thousands of clients that use AP everyday there will of course be a few where keyboard warriors who may have used AP incorrectly or in an unadvised situation. Tesla prides itself in having the safest cars on the road and Enhanced Auto Pilot is certainly an extension to that. I have used EAP everyday for test drives and when I get a chance to take the car's home and I would much rather have a system with over a million miles of daily experience than my self drive on the free way. That said, we did do a 30 day trial a year ago or so but that is not offered now. If EAP is added after delivery it would be a direct $6k charge and can not be added to the lease. "EAP is the safest form of driving on the road"! Really?