I have been thinking about the choice between 60/75/90 and I wanted to get beyond the typical debates about driving routines, occasional road trips and the merits of being able to skip Superchargers. Instead, I'm curious about what you all think the future pricing of battery capacity for Telsa cars. Right now the pricing looks like this: 60D → 75D = $8,500 ($567 / kWh) 75D → 90D = $10,000 ($667 / kWh) Now, most people argue that you should buy as much battery as you can afford and some people also believe that this will provided added protection in against depreciation since it will outcompete a Model 3 at 60 kWh. But I wonder about this. With the Gigafactory coming online, isn't it likely that the most expensive component of the car (the battery) is going to start getting a lot cheaper? And wouldn't that mean that in a competitive market that the price for battery capacity and capacity upgrades is likely to go down rather than up? Right now, Tesla states that you can upgrade your 60 battery to a 75 for $9k. But who would be surprised if this price came down? If 75 becomes the new floor for Model S capacity and the price of the vehicle comes down, Tesla will HAVE to lower that $9k upgrade price or else no sane 60 owner will upgrade. Anyway, all of this is making me learn towards buying a 60. I feel like the battery is the most likely part of the car to depreciate rapidly.