Just FYI that I paid the $725 for the 2yr/25K (I had 26K miles, and at 19months, 5months before 2yr anniversary) service. Yea, there will be both sides to the story - shouldn't have done it, Tesla charging a lot etc etc. But this is the only option in town to have the piece of mind I want, to continue to own the car beyond 4yrs. I will now only show up for 50K mile service (skipping the 3yr/37K mile inspection). Car is driving awesome. New tires (Michelin MXM4) are consuming just a bit more energy than the outgoing goodyears - replaced at 25K miles (not at dealership) - these are much more stable cars at higher speeds than the goodyear ones. Brake pads are at 8mm width. Tried to find out what the mm is for new brakes - didn't get a firm answer. It looks like they should be 11 or 12mm. And at about 3mm remaining, the pads need to be replaced. So given that, I think I have got another 25-30k miles to get to 4-3mm. So pads (& likely rotors too) service every 4yrs or so (not bad for such a heavy car). Learnt something new: the Bio/HEPA (large/optional) filter has a 3yr/37K mile service interval. They didn't touch mine (as mine was installed by me post purchase) - so I will do that myself when I hit the right miles.