In October 2016, Tesla released a video showcasing the full self-driving capability of a Model X and it was very impressive. I canceled my ICE car order which was due to be delivered in late December and immediately ordered a Model S P100D. I assumed then that the codebase behind the FSD capability shown in the video was in decent shape, but it needed to go thorough testing before being released to the public and therefore I accepted AP1 parity not being available until December 2016. In fact, I commended Tesla for doing its due diligence to ensure quality and not release UNSAFE features to its consumers. I took delivery of my Model S on December 22 and I've driven it only twice. I drove it home on delivery day and parked in the garage and a week later, I drove it to an XPEL installer and the process was supposed to take only 5 days, but unfortunately, I won't get my car back until the middle of next week because, for the goal package, they have to apply several layers of coating and that takes a bit longer. Oh, while there, the windows will be tinted as well. I heard about the recent release of AP2 which was pushed to 1000 owners on new year's eve and the feedback has not been good at all. First, many owners are claiming that AP1 parity is not even close to being reached and then, there are a lot of safety concerns being raised. Where is the FSD codebase running the Model X in the October video? I expected a little over two months to have been enough time to do thorough testing and fix some defects to safely enable AP1 features. Tesla, what's going on? Talk to your supporters and tell us the truth. When can we expect at least AP1 parity?