Anyone else notice these patterns in public parking lots? (I'm on AP 2.5, V42.4, Model 3 in Chandler). Now compare same location on Google maps... Notice upper right showing construction. Got me thinking, how will the car respond? I assume it will prioritize paths where it won't need to back up (doing serpentine or loops), but this construction area is a clear dead end and the car won't know it. Now consider that the side cameras alone have a dead spot directly behind (is the rear camera even used for Navigation as it doesn't show up in the videos of "what the car sees"). So can they self drive in reverse? My prediction is no for now, Summon will fail, and you'll have to go rescue your car. I don't think this will be frequent, but this map data is also about 1 yr old now. So there would likely be a cleanup period while we collectively fix the maps through these failures. In other words, the cars will learn like ants, finding new paths around the failures... and that's really cool! Just think about the power of the collective! This also begs the question: How are parking lots mapped? I assume it's tracking common paths (like TeslaFi maps of routes taken, getting darker with more travel), but how are some paths going to be deleted? I bet that's where our rescue operations come in so be prepared - at first I simply love watching this unfold and was extremely impressed by Pilot on Navigation. Elon, if you thought PoN was "Difficult", Summon may be your most difficult challenge to date when you consider pedestrians, other cars, and no "center-lane markings." If you figure this one out, I'm convinced you're on your well on your way to full FSD (paid $3K for it up front and never looked back). And to think this is still just an EAP feature... Realistically confident, cautious, and patient. A shame so many members don't see AI this way and just complain at the first hiccup. Oh well, I'm having a blast in the front seat!