. . . why is there not a cottage industry in turning on and off options? If you own a modern car, many things are adjustable inside the computer. For example, you can turn off air bag warnings, the bitching betty in NAV radios and reprogram various elements of the software to turn various switches on and off - if all the EAP and self-driving components are already installed when you buy the vehicle, even bio weapon defense mode as a side comment, [steering wheel heater?] why can't you just turn it all on? Obviously if they push upgrades out you will not get them because you will turn your modem off if you do this, but it seems like a former Tesla employee can simply set up shop down the street re-programming any car thats out there - Tesla included. other than Elon coming after you, where do you agree to NOT mess with the software in the car? The license agreement says you won't deconstruct the software, it doesn't say the end user doesn't agree to not modify it and use it in their car. I'm looking at documents presented at delivery - I"m not seeing a limitation this . . .