@MelindaV On the Tesla.com Model 3 Forum someone just posted a video of their car stopping by itself on AP at a red light and displaying a small traffic light on the monitor where the speed limit sign usually is!
And that goes back to something I keep saying--features announced for FSD keep leaking down in to EAP and AP.
The conundrum, as I see it, is that even AP can be activated in a very wide variety of situations, including surface streets. Since that's the case, not having it, e.g., react to stoplights will eventually be seen as a safety issue. Therefore, even if you don't have FSD, once FSD properly reacts to stop lights AP will have to as well. They could try to make it so it reacts more unpleasantly to stop lights somehow (a kind of emergency braking), but that would cause its own safety risks, so instead they'll end up just making it stop on its own, whether you have AP or FSD. The only difference, I predict, is that on AP that will likely result in a disengagement.