I, well like most everyone else here, spend more time on this forum than I should. Of course I learn a lot about Tesla and the cars both good and bad. This forum however represents only a small percentage of owners. So considering Autopilot performance, where to find out how it works? The manual of course. Well lads in particular don't RTFM. It's the rule (so good job I found this place really). but that's me ... what of all the other owners. How many of them read the maual? My point here is that with an ever increasing range of owners and over time perhaps incresaingly "ordinary" rather than enthusiast owners. How many are going to understand the limitations of AP? Or worse still how many are going to get wildly misleading impressions of AP capability from Youtube videos? Much though I hate disclaimers, nag screeens et al and admire Tesla determination not to succumb to such tedium, is it time for owners to have to sign up to a brief statement about autpilot performance and limitations perhaps when accepting each software upgrade to serve as a reminder that it is an L2 assistance system not full autonomy? thoughts?