This might have been discussed in the autopilot accident thread, but I kinda stopped reading after the signal:noise ratio dropped off after a few pages. I was struck by the 1.3 million miles reported on autopilot. That seems an astonishingly low number to me. All of the 50,000 or so cars tesla produced in 2015 have autopilot software. Throw in the last few months of 2014 and the cars produced in the first half of 2016 and that's maybe 75,000 AP equipped cars. Conservatively estimating that 50,000 of the cars have paid for the AP, 1.3 million miles is only 26 miles per car. I'm a low mileage driver, I live very close to my work, and have made very few road trips in the tesla since I live in a part of the country with very limited supercharging available. Of the 7,000 miles I've put on the car since the AP was activated I'd guess that at least 1,000 miles and probably twice that have been with the autopilot on. Probably 75% of my highway driving is on the autopilot. Am I really that much of an outlier?