Last night I got the 32.2 update, and this morning I got the screen for the 14 day autopilot trial. So I got started on it. For the first 40-50 miles, the steering wheel AP icon would flash, which I took to mean it was learning / calibrating. So I left it alone and drove it normally. After that, it was able to drive the car, more and more throughout the day. My Model 3 has always been called Model 3, but the autopilot earned itself a name pretty quickly. It's name is A$$hole. As in: "Change lanes, A$$hole". "Slow down, A$$hole". "Hey A$$hole, are you trying to get me killed?!?!?!", and "Hey A$$hole, I think you missed a few potholes back there". It does the TACC pretty well in rush hour traffic, as long as it has a car to follow, it is ok. But if there's only a paint line on one side of the lane, or no paint lines, or a center paint line and a row of cars on the right, you better hang on to the wheel! I tried using the turn signal to change lanes while on autopilot, and it did it the first couple times, but it wouldn't do it after that. And I thought that if I had a route in the Google Maps on the screen, the autopilot would follow it, but it doesn't. It's ok until it gets to the first turn, stop sign, red light, or split in the road. Sharp turns, even at low speed, it can't handle those either. But I'll continue to drive it and see how it goes. Tesla will get some autopilot sales from this trial, but for those who don't buy, Tesla should consider a $50 per month subscription for a "Commuter Pack". You get the TACC and it works at low speeds, and up to speeds over 50 mph for 1 minute before it turns off.