Computer controlled active suspension arrived in Formula One in the 1980s and won the championship in 1992/3. There is talk of bringing it back to F1 as it could be cheaper than sophisticated passive suspension. So it works and could be cheaper. The hardware is straightforward and the sophistication of the system is primarily programming/control. The furore around the Model 3 ride/handling suspension balance makes one realise how tricky it is to please all. As Tesla is such a software technical company, would it not be the time now for Tesla to consider 'jumping the gun' and going over to active suspension? The results could (like so much else) project Tesla even further from the maddening crowd. Superb ride; pin-sharp handling; suspension that tunes itself to every road nuance; anticipation of bumps/obstacles; 'reading' the road surface. The cars are already bristling with sensors! And OTA up-grades every time new information/data is available. Need never again revise damping or spring rates; suspension travel and individual owners could tailor their car's suspension to their personal preferences. Sounds like the way to go...!