Since I just passed the 5000 mile mark since I picked up my P85 4 months ago, I thought I'd share my thoughts on how it's been treating me. The Good: I LOVE LOVE LOVE not having to ever go to the gas station. I had a NEMA 14-50 installed at home to use the UMC and my work has a partnership with ChargePoint, so I am actually getting about 80% of my non-roadtrip charges done 100% for free! I am averaging 364Wh/mi, and have a range mode range of 258 @ 34000 miles. The performance is ridiculous. I have scared literally every person who has come in my car - in a straight line! It's roomy! We've done multiple roadtrips with me, my wife, 2 kids, dog, luggage, stroller, and more - all with plenty of room, and while not driving a minivan or a tank of an SUV. The service center has been great. Yes, I've had a few problems that will fall under "The Bad" - but each and every one has been taken care of quickly and with great service. Oh, and I have been getting cool cars as loaners - can't beat that. Superchargers keep popping up! Since I got my car, Tesla's added one in Houston, Denton, and Amarillo! Just need one to help me get down to Corpus and back + some along I-10 if I ever want to drive to California that way and we'll be golden. The Bad: The CPO refurbishment process didn't catch some things they really should have, which have caused 3 trips to the SC in the first 3 months. From a randomly-not-opening charge port, to a broken USB, and others in between. The car has started making a loud whine when accelerating quickly. If you ever hooked up an amplifier to your car and didn't ground it properly, you'll know the sound I'm talking about. Some people say it sounds like a space-ship (cool), but it just detracts from the silence I love about the car. The Ugly: I hit a pothole a while back and it hurt the car. There are a couple of things that made it ugly: Unlike a "normal" car, the closest repair place authorized to work on the Tesla was >100 miles away, which lead to a 4 hour wait for a Tow-Truck willing to come get us. My insurance company (GEICO) was great - but they only had one adjuster who knew how to assess Tesla's, leading to a longer wait for approvals, and therefore the work to start. According to the repair shop, due to parts delays, 9 hours of labor took a month (edit: 29 days - felt like longer!!) to complete. And now, since pictures are always fun - here are some of our adventures! My new car in the foreground saying bye to my old Truck in the background on pickup day! My kids loved the loaner we had that included the third row seats. They're the only thing I feel like I missed out on getting in my car. The exciting announcement that v7 was about to install! It always amazes me how quickly the car charges on the supercharger. The feature that tells me how much longer it is until I can continue on to the next one is great as well! Finally being loaded onto the truck after 4 hours waiting at the edge of Texas/Louisiana.