When I took my Model X test drive, the overall experience was fantastic but trying the Autopilot features was the most memorable and pushed us over the cliff to confirm our order. Now with AP2 hardware rolling out and EAP software not being available at least until December (Tesla Time!), I am thinking Tesla will have to hold on dearly to many AP1 vehicles for all their test drives so they can demonstrate the Autopilot features to customers in the meantime. The AP2 cars rolling off the line won't quite cut it for test drives until EAP matches AP1 capability. So maybe they won't be quite as eager to get rid of their AP1 inventory this quarter until EAP catches up with AP1 and then heavily discount AP1 inventory next quarter once that milestone is met? Or is the test drive inventory requirement so small, it doesn't really matter? What do you think?