I am hoping to get feedback from 5-seat owners regarding predicted cooling and air flow to the rear cargo area when outside temps are over 100 degrees. I was one of those that was heartbroken and whiny when they eliminated the folding 2nd row seats from the original Model X presentation, so I ordered the 6-seat that was delivered in July. Being an avid fan of A/C living in Texas, I was very pleased with it's effectiveness after adding full ceramic window tinting, a necessary add-on. We rarely use the 3rd row seats, but have 3 dogs that love to travel, and among them they share the 2nd row seats (covered), between-the-seat floor space, and the folded rear deck. I am considering another X, prefer the 5-seat option for several reasons, don't care about the "unsightly" cosmetics but have concerns about the A/C effectiveness, knowing there is only a single fan system and less vents. During a recent 5-seat demo, I noticed weaker air flow (compared to 6-seater) from the middle console and the B-pillars at max fan speed, only improved by partially closing the front vents, but nothing like the high flow from the secondary rear fan controls in the 6 seater. Since 5-seaters were not being delivered until the winter, what are the thoughts and predictions for the summer heat, for passengers seated in the 2nd row as well the pups on the fully folded down deck. I am sure that with the 2nd row folded up, the air flow will be very much reduced in the very rear cargo area. All reports from Tesla reps are that A/C compressor is the same for all Model X's, but will the lack of a secondary fan have a significant drop in A/C efficiency during the summer heat behind the front row? Any thoughts and feedback appreciated, plus the attached poll.