Based on the spreadsheet, over 10% of the configurations so far have included FSD. I'm interested in why someone would buy this now. As a previous 2016 Model X owner with AP2, I got to see just how slow AP2 development is, not even hitting the features of a 2014 AP1 car after over a year of development. This gives me no faith that FSD is anywhere near. After using AP2 for 18 months, I'm struggling to figure out if EAP is worth it, much less FSD. On top of this, financially, if FSD is two years away, then giving Tesla $3,000 now doesn't make any sense to me. You pay sales tax on that now, in some states you'll pay more for yearly registration, and if you have a loan you're paying interest on it. Yes, there is the threat by Tesla that it will be $4,000 in the future, but wouldn't you rather pay $4,000 in two years for something that actually exists and you know what you are buying instead of a complete unknown today? I'm interested what other mindset people have that caused them to make a different decision.