I just traded in my AP1 MS for an AP2 MX. I have to say after reading all the bellyaching about how terrible AP2 was, I’ve come away pleasantly surprised after a drive from Houston to Carlsbad, NM. We drove a mixture of county highways and interstates. On the interstate it is probably 97% of the way there in lane keeping. There’s still a very subtle hunting of the lines and it still wants to follow and exit it two, but overall I was able to use it most of the time. I also did have a couple of phantom brakes so hopefully those will get more rare as we move forward. There are a couple of things AP2 does much better though. Cresting hills is dramatically better now. Also finding really faint lane lines is surprisingly good. What really surprised me though was driving up to the Carlsbad Caverns visitor center, there are a bunch of switch backs to get up and down the mountain. Just for grins I turn on AP, expecting it to panic and try to drive me off the side of the road. To my utter shock it negotiated the hairpin turns perfectly. Slowing down and making the 180 degree turns almost as well as I would have. AP1 could have never managed that. Anyway I thought I’d share after almost 800 miles. We’ll do the return trip tomorrow. Hopefully it goes as well as the drive here.