I have a relatively light touch on the steering wheel. I see the “hold the steering wheel” nag fairly often. I give the wheel a little jiggle and the nag goes away. I've read the whole report from the Florida fatality. In it is an illustration of the enormous amount of data the car constantly records while we drive. It records every touch of the brake pedal, when it senses the hands on the wheel and when it doesn't, along a record of every warning. If anyone ever has cause to do forensics exam on my car, they'll assume distraction or inattention when they see the frequent hands off warnings. I like Autopilot but I don't quite trust it. I watch it like a hawk. I understand that each release is the latest in a very long series of “betas”, only as good as the caffeine levels in an unnamed, overworked, and under appreciated low level programmer. On the other hand, I am the one and only, an original. In my case, inattention during Autopilot use isn't going to be likely. So if I should meet my demise while using Autopilot in my Model S, please know that I actually was paying attention and my hands actually were on the wheel, no matter what that car data recorder says. Are others seeing that nag when they really are holding the steering wheel?