Hi! Long time lurker, current TSLA holder, potential Tesla owner.In order to drain 1500 amps from the batteries, Tesla invented an active fuse that monitors the current from the batteries with computers and cuts the wires by pyrotechnics if things gets out of control. I love the inventive step of the design, but the engineer in me gets concerned. In my mind, a fuse is a low-tech last resort that saves the day when the high-tech gizmos fail. Now this negative use case is depending on dedicated batteries, firmware and microcomputers to work properly. Maybe I am old-fashioned as I started driving when cars were all analog (no ABS or ATC), but replacing the fuse, the most primitive lifeline on earth, with electronic brains, got me worried.I am curious to hear your take on this.