This is a case of unequal expectations. Two cases for comparison... One. I have free supercharging for life... Unless I sell my car. A prospective buyer might see my free supercharging and think that they are acquiring my supercharging status along with the vehicle that they are buying. They would be incorrect. The supercharging agreement is between me and Tesla, and does not transfer. That is stated somewhere (?). I think any reasonable person would understand this. Two. I sell my phone which has an unlimited data plan. The prospective buyer may think that they, too, will be getting an unlimited data plan by merely purchasing the phone. They would be incorrect. I think any reasonable person would understand this. The operation of FSD is dependent upon Tesla's servers. It's not like a piece of hardware that is independent. The vehicle uses remote computation and data and cellular resources from Tesla for FSD. Tesla is under no obligation to expend these resources to a customer without an agreement/purchase. Similar to how Verizon is under no obligation to Grant unlimited data to someone who purchases my phone. That's how I see it. I acknowledge that others see it differently.