So, as I consider a CPO Tesla I have noticed a ton of comments with regard to "build quality" on the early model year Teslas as compared to thr latest cars. In general, the comments are nebulous though and indicate things like: (I'm paraphrasing) "The build quality on the new one I just got is miles better than my old one" or "Everything is just screwed together so much better" or "My new one is much better built than my old one" Honestly, you'd think the first cars were built with hammers and sticks and the later ones with automated robots to hear the descriptions. Anyway, the general consensus always seems to be "Buy the latest VIN you can afford" when shopping used, but I'd love to hear some specific examples of the "improved build quality" folks talk about (note: new "features" aren't generally build quality of course...we all know thinks like parking sensors, autopilot, next gen seats, dual motors, etc. all came later). Examples might be exterior panel fit, paint quality (i.e. gloss, even finish, orange peel, etc.), rattles, smooth operation of everything from exterior doors, to the hatch, pano roof, glove box, etc., air leaks due to door, mirror or window alignment, flush fit of windshield, interior panel fit and gaps, etc. Alternatively, if folks think this is "overblown" then I'd be happy to heat that too! Thanks!