Now this I found really strange, so maybe I'm doing something wrong. Yesterday I drove from NYC to Philadelphia on the NJTP. It was a route I can do in my sleep, but it was my first long trip in my MS, so I wanted to test out all the onboard systems. Anyway, the traffic indicator indicated severe traffic on the NJTP south yesterday and the maps showed the RED line down most of the NJTP. But the GPS seemed to be totally unaware of the traffic delays, and still showed the original ETA. When I brought up the identical route on my iPhone using Google Maps, it did supply the proper ETA and traffic delays on-route, and had my accurate ETA about 45 minutes later than the GPS on the Model S screen. Yes, I had the traffic icon "on" and the traffic was showing on the screen. So is there something else missing, or is it just that Tesla hasn't gotten to integrating the live traffic info into the GPS instructions to keep the ETA accurate and/or even offer suggested re-routing to avoid the traffic, just like my GARMIN handheld GPSs have done for years.