After more than 4 months of non use due to being over-seas, we finally got to drive the Model S again. I'm not sure if that's the longest a Model S has sat still, but here are the things I noticed: 1. The rear suspension had sagged significantly. The top of the tire was almost completely in the wheel well, basically the rim was at the top of the wheel well opening. This immediately fixed itself after either putting my foot on the brake or putting it in gear (I don't remember which). 2. The car held a charge. I think it was charging every night, but it's possible it didn't. We've had issues with our HPWC charging our car. Either way, it was above 210 miles of range left. 3. The tires needed air, but the car was quick to tell me. I don't know why I didn't think about this before driving, but I think I was just excited to drive it again! 4. Updates! The car is better than when I left it!!! Shuffle (although I still haven't figured out how to work it in Slacker), and the other 6.0 and 6.1 updates almost make me feel like I have a new car again! I just wish it would have grown from a + to a D with auto-pilot too... It's awesome to be back and seeing Tesla's again. I saw one in Tokyo 4 months ago, and then I saw one in Guam about 2 weeks ago (that one was a roadster). I've now seen one almost every time I drive (including the other day when there were 2 of us at a gas station!).