Totally bring it on, for me. I quite like driving, but the roads are full of poor drivers, so it gets quite frustrating at times. I'd rather play cards with the kids now.
For me the issues are mainly around quality of tech - there is some variability in the current techs. Some use only image processing, some also use radar. I'd like to understand the difference in outcome.
I think that the liability issue is actually rather easy - it'll be sorted through insurance. The manufacturers and software developers will have insurance, and so will the car 'driver'. There will be done hugely expensive test cases, and it will get sorted out. Inevitably it will end up with the car owner's insurance in time, which will be cost adjusted based on the quality of the manufacturer's system.