Hello fellow TMC Roadster owners. I'm now the proud new owner of #241. I bought it from a local dealer here in the DFW area as previously noted in the Orphan thread. Today's Roadster Orphan I'm a new Roadster owner, but not new to Tesla. I also currently own a Model S for about the past 2 years and put over 40k miles on it so far. I started looking for another Tesla because I have to de-conflict and schedule my errands and driving around town when my wife is not otherwise driving the Model S. I work from home, so no commute, but I just don't enjoy driving our other vehicles as much as the Tesla. Initially I was looking for a CPO or private party used Model S, but I stumbled on 241 during my online searches. I think I stayed up reading TMC Roadster threads two nights in a row trying to learn as much about the Roadster as possible, and in the back of my mind I kept rationalizing the decision to get it. I had to wait to test drive 241 because it was at Tesla for its annual service. Once I test drove it, I knew I had to have it, and no more questions or rationalizing it. Before the test drive, I was mostly worried about the seating position and comfort of the seats. Once seated in the cockpit, I was pleasantly surprised. After that first full throttle acceleration, I was sold. The Roadster came with both the hard top and the soft top, but I mostly like driving it topless. It also came with the yellow wire 120V mobile connector and a 240V Roadster Foundry Mobile Charger as described here. Roadster Foundry mobile charging kit Now that have it in my garage, I'm working on upgrading my charging so I can have both cars charging at the same time if needed. I'm also looking at purchasing a Henry Sharpe CAN-SR. If anyone is selling a used CAN-SR, please let me know. I also have the Foundry Connector on sale or trade in the for sale section. Roadster Foundry Mobile Connector During the annual service, Tesla identified some things like TPMS sensor failure, but the dealer that sold the Roadster to me chose to replace the TMPS sensors themselves. Unfortunately, the Roadster is still showing TPMS sensor errors. The dealer says that it needs to be taken back to Tesla for them to program the new sensors. The appointment with the Tesla service center for the TPMS is scheduled for Dec 14. While I'm in for service, I will ask them about some cosmetic things like the headrest for the passenger seat. I hope I can order it from Tesla vs searching for used replacement parts or going to a custom car place to custom order it. Anyway, I just can't stop smiling when I think of my new to me Roadster.