Hi All, Perhaps it makes sense to assemble a list of reasonable questions from owners in search of an honest detailed response from Tesla on the AP2 situation. Right now it seems clear there exists a lot of misinformation, anxiety, disappointment and upset among many new owners and new members to the Tesla family with the way features in AP2 cars are being rolled out (or not rolled out) including scary videos of FW x.72 release driving which is resulting in horribly embarrassing PR, not to mention embarrassing PR. The vacuum of official information is very clearly combustible. A couple of lines in release notes or Talmudic deciphering of Elon's tweets is not efficient in disseminating helpful and useful information, much of which will simply calm a lot of frayed nerves. So I'll start the list and please add as necessary. Hopefully if somebody at Tesla is reading this too, a response can be forthcoming. (Unless that is too naïve and Pollyanna-ish of me to expect given the posts I've been reading here and on Tesla's own forum lately...) ------------- Reasonable questions for Tesla Inc.: a) What is the true current state of development of the following AP2 items? What should be owners' fair expectations? On what timeline will each of these be delivered? 1. Traffic-aware cruise control 2. Low-Speed Autosteer 3. Auto high/dimming of headlights 4. Blind spot detection 3. Auto emergency braking 5. Lane departure warning 6. Auto lane change 7. Summon 8. Auto transition to another freeway 9. Auto freeway exit 10. Auto wipers 11. Headlight movement with steering (The present (x.72) precarious Auto-Steering performance on local roads --- even those with clear markings --- appears to indicate function is even sub-elementary and is far surpassed by technology already on the road.) b) Where can owners obtain detailed authoritative regularly updated information on AP2 features available through updates (more than 1 or 2 brief lines lines in the release notes), or features promised and not yet delivered? c) Where can owners obtain a clear list of improvements and additions of updates (again, in addition to the couple of lines in the release notes -- plus many fixes and improvements are not even listed there but stumbled upon by owners) instead of having to go out and hunt for them by trying different features? Thank you.