Its AP - not "FSD".
So, the question is what is the AP available in Tesla worth. How much do other OEMs charge for such features ? Not zero, let me assure you.
A Toyota van we bought last year has fraction of the AP features and cost nearly $1K in options (that was the vehicle available, so had to get it).
No, I am speaking specifically of the "FSD" feature set, which includes surface street driving, stop sign and traffic light recognition, and upcoming turns/navigation.
I do not have that feature set in my vehicles. I have the EAP feature set (no longer available for purchase), which includes autosteer, auto lane change, navigate on autopilot (on freeways/highways only), summon and smart summon, and auto-parallel and auto-perpendicular parking.
Other than the autosteer and auto lane change, the remainder of the EAP feature set is highly disappointing, as I've detailed. Since it is not possible for the more complicated maneuvers in the FSD feature set to be any better than the ones in the EAP feature set (which is a subset of FSD), then it's a logical conclusion that the FSD feature set is highly disappointing as well (when I apply the same standards of evaluation that I have to the EAP feature set).
Until Tesla can prove to me that the EAP feature set has a high value (which they have not done), then I cannot under any logical progression conclude that the FSD feature set has any value.