It affects S and X owners of course but not to the scale of Model 3 owners. Some FSD features are good to go. Tesla could release them but won’t due to the capex and opex of doing so. Any features that use HW3 would infuriate HW2 and HW2.5 owners that paid for FSD. There’s no new sales or revenue to retrofit older cars. Nothing but expenses and a distraction to the next shiny things - GF3 and Model Y. And no - it doesn’t matter if it’s “paid” for or not. That money already spent. My line of thinking is predicated with how Tesla has handled things like 1.) Referral rewards. Picture in space, Model 3 forged wheels? 2.) Tesla expending the same energy to install spoilers for 75K Model 3 first adopters as OJ is spending to find the “real killers.” Service is also overloaded. Adding retrofits to the list of hundreds of thousands of people calling in isn’t going to relieve support pressure. I’m not overly upset at my theory because I know ANY company would be doing the same if they were Tesla.