In anticipation of driving a Tesla, have you been looking at how and where you drive differently than you previously have? Besides the question of max distance/range that has come up constantly... I've been looking at the roads I drive on a little differently and thinking how AP may see them. For me, I spend most of my driving time in stop and go freeway traffic going under 20MPH for the majority of my commute (13.5 total miles each way, with about 12 of that freeways and taking no less than 45 minutes). Any time I see a Model S on my commute I wonder if they are using AP, and if not why! I want see how AP reacts with merging traffic. I have a couple places where going from one freeway to another and cars needing to swap a couple lanes over a pretty sort distance and it is a mess more often than not. My freeway also has a very narrow 3 lane bridge (100 year old lift span bridge that ends with a curve banked the wrong way) and I spend as much time adjusting for the cars in the adjacent lanes as those ahead. If AP is not engaged, does the emergency AP features watch for adjacent cars that could potentially swerve into you? Not specifically AP related, but my office is in an old part of town with narrow streets with street parking and mostly stop signs (vs lights). With my current car being both low and having a long hood, I can not see around the parked cars at the intersections. At a few of them, I have to be feet into the travel lane before I can see if there is a car coming. so sitting so much closer to the front bumper plus having the sensors that can see what I can't will be a huge improvement on getting around in my work neighborhood! I am also really excited to getting the advantage of crawling along at a slow pace in regards to range! Since the ICE MPG is the exact opposite, I normally get well under the EPA rates unless on a road trip. And looking forward to the remote/app controls (and hoping the app gets a revamp sometime soon). Being able to warm the car up in January or cool it off in August before I leave my office sounds awesome! Not to mention being able to check if the doors are locked without having to go back outside. Summons I can see being useful occasionally. A few weeks ago my sister and I were leaving a baseball game, parked at CenturyLink/Qwest Field and there was a family attempting (badly) to push their huge SUV out of it's way too small parking space because they could only open the back hatch and sent a kid in to put it in neutral Are there other changes you are looking forward to or concerned with ?