Long story short is that I am very close to purchasing a model S, but I fear/feel that with the potential upcoming of autopilot 2.0 dropping 100k at this time might not be the best way to go and instead I should just wait it out. Some background I started with a 2012 Prius then a 2013 Volt and I am currently driving a 2014 ELR with adaptive cruise control. Although still fairly new to Tesla compared to the other veterans here I have been holding off on buying a Tesla for a few years since I wasn't that interested in autopilot pre 7.0. Now that the update for 7.0+ has been released my interest in getting a Tesla has been renewed. Without a doubt autosteer will become better and better with the current sensors and will not require the newest sensors. As no one really does know, aside from Musk, the time frame and how good autopilot 2.0 really will be I guess I just wanted some more speculation on the subject. I have read the other threads and was just looking for some more input to see what other people have done who were in similar situations as myself. Essentially what it comes down to is that I don't want to spend 100k+ on a car only to have to pay another 5% (just throwing out a number) or more of the car's value just to retrofit the car with the latest and greatest if it is available. Tesla is probably on the fast track of continuous improvements for years to come so there will always be that disappointment of 'if only I had waited x amount of time. Thoughts/Comments? As a general poll who feels a strong buyers remorse after purchasing a vehicle that would be updated within a year?