Yes. I feel like if the average Tesla driver reads this and thinks "well I don't take my hands off the wheel for long periods of time so what happened to him won't happen to me" then it's important that the report be as accurate as possible and people realize that having your hands on the wheel isn't a substitute for paying visual attention. The former is great for sensing the car making movements it shouldn't make but hands on the wheel alone are worthless for sensing the need for evasive maneuvers that the car isn't seeing. Put a different way: You keep your hands on the wheel to understand what the car is doing. You keep your eyes on the road to understand what the car isn't doing.