Well Im glad I waited. Anecdotally it seems like almost every Model 3 delivered to members of TMC had some issues that had to be fixed post delivery at the SC. Some of us were worried about getting one of the cars made in the big production ramp push to 5,000 in June. Turns out we were right (at least partially) to be a little concerned. Check this out: Internal documents reveal the grueling way Tesla hit its 5,000 Model 3 target TL;DR: Tesla had first pass yield of 14% for last week of June compared to a "good" FPY of 80%. It's worth noting that the report suggests the reworks happened at the factory which means that their yield might be even lower considering after delivery fixes at the service center are not part of the rework statistics. Thoughts? I really do hope QC has improved in the 2 months since the big production push.