I did a search and didn't see anything come up on the forum. That seems to tell me that an A/C condenser failure isn't all that common. I am only posting this to see if anyone has noticed many posts about it because I haven't. Admittedly I don't follow the forum posts that much. After having my car in for some minor body repair at a shop (paint repair only), I got the car back and the condenser is not working. Tesla service is fixing it right now. Condenser is out and the DC converter will need to be replaced. I have Feb 2013 Model S60 so not under warranty. NOTE... This is not in any way even a thought against Tesla at all. I have had almost no issues with the car and service in my area from what I can tell must be the best in the country. Even tho they have a 2 week backlog on service appointments they are squeezing me in for this repair. I expect things to break on cars over 60K miles and relatively speaking the fix is at an expected cost after Google searching repairs for a car in this class.