Don't beat me up.....Since moving north from FL I've experienced some very different weather and road conditions and I'm becoming increasingly convinced that FSD is perhaps never going to be a reality for most of us. Road markings are critically important to FSD and I'm discovering that in the mid-Atlantic region there's plenty of roads where AP isn't even available. Currently, the car/camera often fails to see speed signs...this could be corrected via better SW but is there some inherent issue in sign differences? Even in light snow, road markings can become somewhat obscured and AP already becomes unavailable. With latest SW update in heavy rain yesterday, not only did AP become unavailable but I also got the dash message that blindspot detection was limited or unavailable. AP is great, but it's still essentially a very sophisticated cruise control and Tesla SW improves all the time (except for #wipergate ) BUT will FSD ever become year-round available outside of the "sunshine" States? Discuss.