For me the answer is a fairly clear "yes." I don't mind driving, but if I could replace the time I spend driving with time spent doing other things, such as napping, checking e-mail or reading (although I've managed to find a way to do that by using audio books), I think I'd be more productive. I'd also be less stressed out.
Unfortunately, I want to live in the suburbs. I do not like living with the urban crowds, noise, pollution, etc. I want some space between me and my neighbors and a yard to enjoy rather than a park to share. I also would feel more politically isolated in most big cities than I do in the suburban areas -- even those that are technically part of the city. I also work in the suburbs, so there is no practical public transportation option for me.
So I guess I'll just have to wait for all of the technical, sociological and political facets preventing automated, personally owned, point to point transport to become the reality.