Date:20151213. Software version:7.0 This had been driving me crazy for at least 47 days. After an application of brakes the cruise disengages, as it should. When resuming cruise there are two (at least) possibilities. (i) Cruise resumes at the current speed or (ii) Cruise resumes at the previously set speed when cruise was last engaged. I've experienced both results and a careful reading of the Model S owners manual on myteslamotors and the more up to date manual that can be read from the 17" touch screen both failed to untangle these. I'm not claiming this is undocumented, but I have been unable to find it. Yesterday I finally understood. To select resume cruise at current speed (option (i) above) push the cruise stalk up or down. To select previous cruise speed (option (ii) above) momentarily pull the cruise stalk towards you once. I may be stupid but I bet I'm not the only one who has had trouble working this out. Now if only I could select dumb cruise control for use in town and suburb rather than traffic aware cruise that is far too keen to throw on the anchors when it is obviously not required (with the subsequent increased risk of being rear ended) my happiness would be complete. Edit: I added the word 'momentarily'.