Well, hate to create another new thread just to complain ... but I guess I'm one of those suckers that took delivery of an M3 with cosmetic issues ... Delivery guy told me to use "schedule service" in the app to have those issues fixed, which I did promptly. The service is scheduled for next Monday, but today I got an email from "Tesla" (email address is: [email protected] ?) to accept a $682.50 quote to fix 7 of the 11 issues. This is even before they have a chance to look at the issues. Of course I didn't sign it. The 11 issues are: Driver's side rear door, chrome trim not aligned at B pillar. Paint pimple on passenger side rear quarter panel. Creases on fabric of passenger side headliner frame. Passenger side frame cover at headliner loose, not aligned. Dent/scratch on trunk inside plastic cover near latch. Front Passenger side door handle not flushed with door body. Paint clear coat issue near C pillar near passenger rear door. Front Passenger side triangular chrome piece (for autopilot) (near wheel / A pillar) not fitted fully in. Rattle (intermittent) in front driver side dash. Front passenger side speaker (near A pillar) not align to door frame. Rubber seals at all top corners of BOTH rear doors are loose and not sealed properly I have attached the email screenshot and a copy of the service quote in this post. Is this their normal practice? Of course it's 100% my fault... for not refusing delivery or returning the car within 7 days. Very disappointed in myself.