I'm getting a mind's eye picture of Tesla's thinking and it has caused me to speculate about the future of my AP1. I am beginning to think Tesla is starting to see AP1 as a liability. They do not need it to learn from. They do not need it to hype or sell cars. The only thing that can come from AP1 is an accident which basically detracts Tesla from its mission. Given there is no data or money to be made from AP1, I'm thinking Tesla will slowly improve it via free over the air updates until it is completely useless and thus no longer used. Not used == no liability. Hey, it is in Beta. They could just decide to end the Beta with no production follow on. If you do not like it, you can always upgrade to AP2 (which Tesla is making money on and which does increase their data pool). If you think it is outrageous to suggest that Tesla would pull existing functionality then suggest you spend more money with the company to get it back, just go talk to the lucky P90DL V3 battery owners that exceeded the "counter" and had power pulled from their cars. This was all done via undocumented features in a free over the air upgrade courtesy of Tesla management. Tesla's solution to these owners was that they buy the 100 battery as it was not subject to the counter or (currently) subject to any limitations. If you accepted the latest V8 update, your two lane AP1 went from +5 mph to +0 allowed over the limit. I consider that removing functionality as traveling at the limit in places where it is safe to use my AP1 on two lane roads makes me a moving road block with people backing up behind me. Frustration builds and the passing in no passing zones begins. Time will tell. I hope I am wrong. Something tells me I'm not.