I'm saying it's going to be terrible if they allow the kind of automated driving these cars are outfitted for. I'm not looking forward to a future of being behind someone who stops every 40 feet, or drives a maximum of thirty-five, or stays behind a large slow vehicle on the highway giving you two vehicles to pass, gets confused by construction, or generally doesn't drive human. I am a good enough driver that I can anticipate when a person is going to do a stupid thing on the road, but driving behind a robot will be totally different. The way I see this going, it's going to suck. Even worse, the people who drop that much on a vehicle to drive like asses will feel perfectly justified in getting in everyone's way because it's not them doing the driving. If they are to be used on a private roadway then fine, but I hope they don't allow full public use until they are compatible with humans.