Anyone else on a more recent software version (28+, Im on 32.2) and find the alert to keep your hands on the wheel during autopilot to be too extreme? I've posted about issues with AP disappearing from my screen (no lines, no cars when clearly there, no cruise or other camera related safety features), and I've seen a pattern where I'll turn on AP, and then briefly, seriously 1 second, take both hands off the wheel...immediately I get the red alerts on the screen and AP turns off (lane lines/markings and cars disappear). The headlights also come on (set to auto) during bright daylight when this happens, and then wont turn off. I think the lights coming on might be part of the AP override but they wont turn off unless I manually toggle them off. Even toggling back to Auto lights doesnt work, they will stay on. Both AP and headlights staying stuck on wont fix itself until the car has been parked for an extended period (20+min). I've stopped using AP for the time being as Id rather have all the other camera related safety tech. Service says they see this in my logs, and it's a known "firmware issue." I get that there have been some serious AP related crashes in recent news, perhaps this is Tesla's (lawyers) response? If you must keep hands on the wheel to the level that my car requires, AP is actually more taxing than just driving/steering myself.