Hi All. I've lived in the city all my life and my career is here. But I've always wanted to live in the country and lately I'm getting really tired of the city. The long commutes have always been the detractor. Right now, the price delta between a house in the city and one in the country is huge here - I could essentially trade my house in the city for a house in the country and a Model S. I've been thinking about this for a while. I wanted to get owners thoughts on this. I dislike commuting. However, even living in the city my commute is realistically 30 to 40 minutes a day. I'm thinking about bumping it up to an hour to hour and a half. This hinges on being able to convince my boss that I can do 5 days of work in 4 long days - which I'm optimistic about. I figure if I'm going to be spending 3, sometimes 4 hours in the car a day (traffic) I want to be in the nicest and safest car I can be in. Also: autopilot. Am I overestimating how much grief autopilot will save me for long daily highway commutes? The picture I have in my mind is inhaling audio-books 4 days a week while I'm in the car, working long days and getting three days of bliss at home with the family every weekend. I get a lot of vacation time and being further north also puts me closer to our favourite recreational areas. Am I crazy? I would essentially be trading a tiny house in the city and subway commutes for a large, luxurious house in the country, a Model S and a really long commute. It kind of doesn't seem crazy to me, but then why isn't everyone doing it?