The alert to "jiggle" the steering wheel at speed is asinine and actually more unsafe than just trusting the driver to watch the road and be ready to take control. Luckily, you can buy a small magnetic weight on Alibaba which clips onto the left side of the wheel and eliminates the nag without interfering with normal driving. I leave mine in place at all times even though I don't use any autopilot features on my Vision 3 right now (still waiting until they reduce phantom braking and increase the max speed). It is obvious that Tesla themselves don't trust the Vision only systems yet or they wouldn't purposely set them to panic brake worse than the radar cars at slower speeds. Materials shortages are getting so bad that I saw rumors they're removing radars from the model S next. I would be livid if I paid $130k for a 200 MPH capable Plaid that is electronically limited to 165 with autosteer limited to 80 (and randomly jamming brakes out of nowhere). Hopefully supply chain issues will smooth out by the time the Cybertruck releases in a few years and they'll either recall and re-install all these missing radars or remove the nerf and show us that their lawyers actually trust Vision AP.Just took delivery yesterday, and AP seems to work pretty good, not perfect but pretty good. I hate that when driving on a strait road it constantly nags me to put my hands on the wheel (apply torque to wheel) and I have been told by a co-worker that has had his Model 3 for about a year that you can avoid phantom braking in situations where you SEE what is going to freak out the system by putting light pressure on the accelerator and then releasing it after the "danger" is passed.