I am getting my Model 3 next week. I have been enjoying my Model S with AP1, and am intrigued by FSD. But I did not order AP & FSD on the Model 3. Here's why, along with a suggestion to make it so I would have paid something for future software: I prefer to pay for my goods and services at the time I receive them. Is anyone here pre-paying in full for future software such as Windows 2021, or for hardware that can run Windows 2021 but can't be used yet? I am certainly not! I know people are also pre-paying $250k in full for the Roadster (even the lower tier of $50k is exorbitant). To each their own, and I've already read the reasoning, so not trying to argue about that. It's just not how I personally want to do business. The FSD option pricing for future software (that may or may not work as intended once out of Beta) should be structured like an options contract, as follows: Tesla should charge a lower price now for the contract giving you the right to buy FSD later, which gives you the option to buy FSD at a later time for a fixed price. Eg. FSD is $9,000, the option contract could be $500, and could guarantee you a future cost of $8,500 whenever it comes out, if you still own the car at that time. If it doesn't come out of Beta and get software updated to the car by a promised date (with certain agreed performance levels for the software - FULL FSD criteria), then you would get your $500 back. If it does come out on time and you opt not to get it, you would lose your $500. Similar to how an option contract on stocks expire. If the option price at that time (say 2021) is $11,000, you would still have the right to buy for $8,500 or $9,000 or whatever was agreed upon for you in the past. This was an example to illustrate my suggestion only, I'm not setting up the actual numbers. I would have paid an extra $500 or $1,000 w/ my Model 3 order for an option to get FSD in the future at a locked in price, with some of that upfront option cost being credited towards FSD at a later date. If the FSD doesn't come out by a promised date or doesn't meet a pre-determined level of performance (FULL FSD) by that date, say Jan 1, 2021, each customer should be granted their contract money of $500 back. Just an idea... They'd make $500 off of a lot of people without doing anything. Win win for everyone!