Hi all, I own an early 2.5 Roadster Sport with just under 10k miles. Recently, I noticed a 'knocking' noise from the front passenger-side wheel whenever that wheel encountered the slightest bump or inconsistency in the road. The noise was faint at first, but quickly worsened after only a few miles of normal driving. I checked lug nuts first, then tried braking to rule out a loose brake pad, and steering to rule out a loose linkage. Was not able to reproduce the noise except when rolling over bumps. Took a video: Dropbox - 10-way suspension noise.MOV Didn't want to continue driving like this so went to Tesla, and they isolated the issue to the shock absorber on that wheel, and said that it needs to be replaced. Apparently shock absorbers are not covered by an Extended Service Agreement, because they're considered wear items that need to be replaced periodically. But <10k miles seems premature for something like this to happen... Has anyone with the 10-way Bilstein asjustable suspension on a Sport or as a retrofit had similar issues? If so, how was your individual case handled?