Yesterday I did a 500 mile round trip from Atlanta to Alabama and back. 95% of the time on Autopilot (AP1) and it worked great. Most of the time while passing trucks, no problem. However, at least 4-5 times on the trip the AP would start to wobble, and veer from side to side (including towards the truck), to the point where I would have to take over. I tried really hard to figure out WHY this occurred, but no luck. Eventually, I just had to conclude that Truck Lust is a real thing! In each case the lines were good; there were no vertical curves; just a random wobble in Autosteer while passing a truck. On a couple of occasions while it was occurring, I could see the dash display. I could see the blue lane lines on the dash wobbling, and going blue/grey/blue to indicate problems in the lane detection.So it was definitely a problem with the camera detecting the lines, even though the lines were clear. I have about 10,000 miles on AP1, and so I'm pretty experienced in the limitations of AP1. In all other cases (blind rise, approaching stopped vehicles on a curve, etc) the behavior of AP at the edge is predictable. But not so with Truck Lust! Just be careful when passing all trucks (and hold the wheel a little tighter) because every so often it will give you a fright and do something crazy. Is it possible it is a combination of shadows confusing the lane detection system? Any thoughts on the cause?