I did. I feel that Rivian, with the help of their huge Amazon fleet, is going to make quick progress on getting into Level 3 autonomous. That's also only going to be possible due to their OTA updates. I couldn't find any traditional SUVs that offer true OTA updates for the car's electronics and didn't want to get stuck in another car that doesn't evolve for the next 3-6 years. Also, I'm generally pretty unwilling to get a vehicle this large that isn't electric purely from an environmental standpoint. I live in the PNW, it's literally burning down more and more every year, I can't say I want a car for camping and to enjoy the outdoors when I buy one that helps lead it to destruction.