I read discussion of "truck lust" constantly on this forum. So far I have felt really lucky that I have never suffered from this problem. There are many times I feel like the Tesla holds the center of the lane, despite a truck being at the edge or even beyond the edge of its lane, but I never feel the car steer toward the truck. However, with all the recent discussion of AP nag behavior and holding the wheel more tightly, I have started to experiment more with my grip, or lack thereof. I normally hold the wheel palm up at the bottom, with my hand on my lap. I let the wheel pass through my fingers without any resistance and AP steering is really impressive. When I try to hang onto the wheel, such that my fingers or hand are moved by the wheel, AP steering becomes a bit worse, with more overshoot and more mistakes. Since my resistance is less consistent, this makes sense to me. What I have found now, is that when I go by a truck, and want to encourage AP to stay an extra 6" away, I get a resistance in the direction towards the truck as AP tries to stay centered in the lane. It seems like the car is trying to drive into the truck, but it's really just trying to stay centered and now has to fight my inputs to do so. So, my theory is that truck lust is really just the AP response to drivers getting nervous near trucks and beginning to try to drive further away, which causes the car to steer more toward the truck. Thoughts?