Tesla's quest for self-driving is happening in a world where there AI/Machine learning has brain cancer. The last few versions have introduced new and "interesting" phantom braking issues and the symptoms have spread from Auto-steer to plain cruise control. In my case, I have a Model 3, no self-driving, my experience now on 2020.12.11.1 is that CC and AP will brake from 110 to 40kph at the same spots on the highway near my home. This seems to be at exits and is really dangerous. Due to COVID I have not tried out this version on a longer trip on a sunny day to see if the scared of shadows under bridges version of phantom braking is still there, I have no reason to suspect it has been fixed. I have zero confidence that Tesla is on the right track to safe driver aids at Level 3, due to some fundament issues with the current software. The current feature set is not stable or reliable, it's great to be excited about cones/ people in orange jackets / just about anything - but have you noticed that bikes are not picked up nearly as often now? Fawning over an ability to detect stop signs when you are in danger of getting rear-ended on the highway is not helping Tesla progress. They really need to focus on the basics and stop pushing new features.