Since the 2020.36 firmware load last Monday, I was excited to get the feature I've waited the longest for - Speed Limit sign recognition. I happened to be in the middle of an 800 mile round trip for work, so I was happy I would be able to actually test and use this feature on my way back home on Thursday. After that drive and many other local drives over the Labor Day weekend, I think I've figured out this latest firmware - the SL sign recognition only works on, as indicated in the notes, on LOCAL roads (not on Interstate highways). You won't even see the rendering of the sign on the display as you pass it while on an Interstate highway if the sign doesn't jibe with the GPS data from Google Maps. Works pretty well on "local" roads, though. On my own street, my car tells me the speed limit is 35 mph when I pull out of my driveway but it corrects itself when we get to the sign halfway down my street. Pretty cool. I guess Tesla is "testing" this feature on local roads before rolling it out for freeways, which is where it'll have the biggest impact. I'm wondering, though, if it'll react to the lighted, digital SL signs that are used in construction areas. Anybody tested this on a non-highway scenario?