Hey all. I've been a fan for a bunch of years but just never pulled the trigger. I drove a P85 in 2013 and liked it but was a bit turned off by the interior, lack of center console, etc. It felt a bit too concept car for me. Fast forward a couple years and I'm seriously considering a 85kWh. So I decided to rent one for 5 days to see how it is to live with. I'm glad I did because it's helped me decide that I do indeed want the car but it also raised some questions. Here they are. Interior Noise - The car is LOUD on the expressway. At first I couldn't pinpoint the noise but I realized I couldn't make out words on my podcasts unless I really turned up the volume. Then I realized I kept asking my wife to repeat herself. It's not wind noise. It's just a lot of cabin noise. My last car was a top spec 535D which was silent and before that I had an A8 with the dual pane glass which was also dead silent. I wasn't expecting the Tesla to be like that but it's louder than my wife's Infiniti FX35 on the expressway. Is this a known issue? Has this improved in newer cars or is it just something I'm going to have to deal with? Overall Reliability - I've had the rental for 48 hours now. In that time one key has failed to start the car, the tire pressure monitoring system said it was malfunctioning, bluetooth doesn't connect to my iPhone 50% of the time and the touch screen became unresponsive and tossed a code on the instrument display, forcing me to learn how to reset it. The car is a 2013 with 18,000 miles on it. Is this kind of stuff par for the course? I can deal with the occasional touch screen error if I'm not going to have to replace the touch screen on the car. I know the powertrain is covered by Tesla for awhile but what about the other electronics? Are there a lot of problem with them? Upgraded Stereo - This car has the base system which is comically bad. I mean wow. I've heard some bad systems but this almost on par with my dad's 1987 Dodge Omni that had an AM radio and a single 6x9 speaker in the center of the dash. I think the Omni had more bass too. How is the upgraded system? Is it similarly bad? Should I look out for a car with it or am I going to have to update the system to get decent sound out of it either way? iPhone Support - I know this isn't currently supported natively and I saw a lot of threads saying that it was just around the corner but a few of those threads were from 2013. Are there any plans for this? Durability - Some parts of the car look like they're not going to hold up well with time. The leather covered door panels are of particular concern. I also noticed that the rental I have with 18,000 miles is showing wear on the driver's seat bottom cushion. I believe it has the Nappa leather. How are these seats after some miles have been stacked up? What about the rest of the interior? Anything else that you think I should know?