New rule: People who keep their hands on the wheel the most get the upgrades first. (I'm gonna hear about this one!) Look at it this way. Those who get repeated warnings - do you want them to test new AP features? I guarantee you will have an immediate improvement... along with a lot of complaining. But in almost every accident scenario we hear "the driver was warned several times." People are drooling for the next upgrade, that has incredible motivation and power. And as I've posted several times, train people how the system works. Bring them to an understanding of WHY it's dangerous on turns at high speed... Explain the advantages as well (fog/deer). Don't just say, "Eventually they will be safer than humans, but not there yet..." That's only true in general. It will always depend on the scenario. So educate them. The other approach I offered was to give users a relative scoring of the driving conditions real-time (AP confidence levels). Then explain why as follow up when they get home (or even better, before you actually get your car keys). The alternative we're in is a mandate that people did not follow, and now tighter restrictions. Maybe that's how you raised your kids in the 60's. "Don't do that..." "Why?" "Don't ask questions! You're grounded!" Can we get past this please?