I have noticed that when you say to people, "This car, when eventually updated, will be able to drive itself without a driver" they just look at you like your an idiot. It's not that they don't understand what you said, it's just that they don't really relate to it. And by that I mean, they just don't form a mental picture of the car driving itself and what that really means. But when you add a bit more detail and say, "This car, when eventually updated, will be able to drive itself without a driver from Sydney to Queensland, and it can stop itself at superchargers, fill up automatically, and proceed to the next one etc... until it eventually gets to you all because you have summonsed it from your mobile phone app" well then people really do seem to get excited and ask a bit more questions. Usually along the lines of, "Are you serious?" ... you get the gist... In fact when you put it like that... Even I get a bit suspicious at those claims. I am not really sure that the car will eventually be able to do that... and even if cars can eventually do that... I am not really convinced that the current AP2 Tesla can do it without any significant hardware upgrade - and that is sort of worrying... What do you guys think? As for the Australian Road Rules - I do hate the fact that we live in a nanny-state - I mean, let's face it - we don't even get internet. Not even summons from the key fob. But I do take some comfort in the fact that there are a lot of Teslas sold in Australia and Australia is not so backwards when it comes to advanced technology - and so our legislators will eventually get on board soon enough when Americans get their pizzas delivered by driverless Model 3s. So the law is not really the problem. I think the wild claims are the problem. Is it gunna work? Personally I would be happy for just a rolling set of updates that continually increases the ability of the car from level 1 through to level 5 (even if level 5 be well into the future than originally claimed). In fact, even an autopilot that just comforts me as being a bit more safe and responsive will certainly thrill me in the short term. I think I read somewhere that Elon Musk tweeted that in around 2 or 3 months time and counting, the enhanced autopilot will pull-away from the non-enhanced AP2 significantly. I wonder what that means. For my part, I can't wait. I know that Elon Musk's timetables are notoriously optimistic - but then there were legitimate 3rd party problems that delayed Tesla's timetables previously that were supposedly not really Tesla's fault, eg, the guys they sued over the hydraulic model X doors and had to go instead with someone else's electrical doors. But it was done. I do get the impression though that the Model 3 release looks as if it is particularly on schedule. But then again, the Model 3 is really a step down from the Model S as far as tech goes, isn't it...Big difference between selling a stripped-down version of the Model S in a few weeks in the US as opposed to getting a Model S to drive itself dynamically in real-life scenarios. Anyway - I want the next big update to come out... The next REALLY BIG update I mean. Cya.