I have been having quite a bit off issues with my 3G connection over the past day and a half. I first noticed things being different when my slacker radio would not play consistently and constantly buffer. I did a reset on my screen and waited for the 3G to come back and it was fine. Happened again later in the evening. This, by the way, was in areas where the reception is usually not an issue. Then this morning, when leaving my house I had another behavior. The Signal bars were completely gone. A few minutes later, they came back but no 3G symbol. It took a full 7 minutes of driving for 3G to come back. Same deal again later in the afternoon. No 3G. And again, just before arriving home it dropped and I had to reboot again. During the day I decided to check my download speed in the car. I used two websites that have speed tests that do not require flash and my speeds were completely erratic while sitting in the same spot. I got as high as 2.1Mbps but often I would get around 100 Kbps! I am not sure if anyone is seeing the same thing or noticing some 3G issues but i can tell you that when it is at 100 Kbps, forget about internet radio. forget about using the maps app and forget about any web. It is painfully slow and the maps just freeze and block out. Has anyone had any issues with this recently? I am on 4.1 and everything was fine until yesterday. Perhaps some of you want to check what speeds you are getting (do more than one test as it seems the results are not so consistent). The sites I used are: testmy.net ispgeeks.com (do a search for key words "ispgeeks speed test no flash" to get the specific link to the test that does not require flash. On a side note about google maps and the imfamous blocks I really see no reason for Tesla not to cache the maps that are recently in use. Most of the time we are driving in the same areas and they should not be pulling everything off the internet all the time. Overlaying the traffic info on the cached maps would make for a much smoother and pleasant experience imho.