I have been waiting for Autopilot 2.0 hardware to get a Tesla and now that it is offered I'm ready to buy (lease actually). I understand that: If I order a new car from this day forth the car will physically be equipped with all AP 2.0 hardware. I can choose to activate some or all of this hardware through selecting the "Enhanced Autopilot" and "Full Self-Driving Capability" options. I have an option to pay for those at a discount when I order or pay a premium for them at some time after delivery. "Enhanced Autopilot" will at first be significantly limited and that it is anticipated that significant functionality will be added by software update in December 2016. "Full Self-Driving Capability" will need a lot of software engineering and regulatory approval. Probably more a time frame of a year or two, not a month or two. My question is regarding the "Full Self-Driving Capability". It is offered (in a lease) as a $48/month option, or $4000 single payment after delivery. If the car will have the hardware anyway no matter what options you order, then what exactly would you be receiving for your $48 per month? This is particularly a big deal if you are leasing. Let's say, in the extreme example, 36 months later your lease is up and you turn in the car having never had any of the full self-driving features activated. I think you'd feel rightfully cheated. Say instead you decide to not pay $48 per month and wait for when some functionality is being offered. Let's say that is 2 years from now. Now are you going to pay $4000 to activate that functionality for the last 12 months of your lease? Am I missing something? Thanks.