Hi all... I've been wondering something recently... Beyond his famed McLaren wreck, I have heard that Elon is not a huge fan of the insurance industry. Given that, and the following trends/factors, it seems plausible to me that Tesla enters the auto insurance business at some point. +The safest cars on the road (structurally etc.) +Data from the connected fleet. +Continuously improving autonomous driving/control +Decreasing replacement costs over time (ie Model 3 vs S/X) +Increasing size of policy/risk pool over time as production scales I'm wondering if anyone has any thoughts on the probability of something like this occurring, and how it might fit into the overall mission, ie. if the float/profit from an insurance operation could be a meaningful source of capital for scaling core operations such as supercharging/gigafactories/localized manufacturing/service etc.