Now that the configurator is open to all and the 70 has been bumped to 75, I'm seriously regretting confirming my 90D order last week. We were really really on the fence over the 37 mile difference in range between the 70 and 90 (we don't care about the 0-60 time or max speed differences), and now that the range difference has been cut even further it seems somewhat ludicrous (sorry) to spend an extra $10-12.5k for just 20 miles of extra range that we might never miss. I also don't care about the default switch in wood decor to Dark Ash either way. Do any more experienced Tesla owners know if, at times of similar configuration changes, Tesla has agreed to waive the $500 change fee? It seems like it would be a good gesture of goodwill in circumstances like these. My car has a VIN but isn't in production yet, so it seems perfectly feasible to change with little impact to Tesla (I presume). At the end of the day, it may (probably) would still be worth it even with the $500 change fee, but waiving it would make me much, much happier.