I held off on ordering EAP for my Model 3 because, having never experienced it, I couldn't justify the cost. It's comforting knowing that the hardware is already there, and that got me thinking: Is there any precedent for Tesla offering discounts or changing their policy on non-hardware upgrades? For example, you used to have to pay extra for use of the Supercharger network when you bought a Model S, but I seem to recall a time when buying a Model S would get you access to the supercharger network for life. What happened to the previous Model S owners who opted not to pay for access to the Supercharger network? Do you think it's likely that, at some point in the future, buying a Model 3 will come with EAP standard (in order to remain competitive)? In that case, what is going to happen to folks like me who opted to defer our purchase of the functionality?