I'm looking for input from experienced AP1 owners . Autopilot sure does lull you into a false sense of security. Being a techie I know software will have bugs and hardware will fail. Its a matter of "when" not "if". I've just placed an order and excited about getting the new hardware. However I'll be paranoid to use it or rely on it! (Its kind of like how doctors are the worst patients, I'm a programmer ). During the test drive the AP just increased my stress levels , I'm a pretty bad backseat driver anyway! A few years back, in an interview with NYT Elon must said he would never put his kids in a self driving car and said they tec probably needs another 10 years to mature. We all now AP2.0 and the self driving feature will convince us 99% of the time that its safe and increasingly have you less focused on being the ultimate fail safe machine ( the driver). Its the 1% use cases that could be fatal. So the question is what tips / thoughts do you have to use AP2.0 prudently? Personally, I think it will just be a toy to show my friends and family, until we have enough data and experience with the system.